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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-VOLUME EIGHTY-TWO STAEKE. FLORIDA." THURSDAY OCTOBER 20. 1960 -- NUMBER SEVENTEEN 18.
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'. After 11 Years Horns victory blew rang and through wild shoutsof the r --- -N, IwI


air' Friday night after the

In a suddenly called meeting Millan s idViLa, authorized by i Bradford Tornadoes had whipped -

last week the Starke City Coun- former councilman; Orie Wiggins. I the Palatka, Maroons for
t "" 4p cil unanimously moved to ask Chairman Doyle said that neither the first time in 11 years.

# ,1 r Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter for Wiggins or anyone else had the The 1960 Tornadoes com-

j his resignation effective Nov. 1 i authority to. spend the city's mon- pletely stunned the Palatka
t "due to existing conditions a- : f : 11 as they battled and slashed
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department
mong personnel"Then <
t', f ; --1t.. their way to 12-0 lead early
on the regular dieting Other Business
in the contest. Bradford fans =.
cVf ; night Tuesday the council"ac-' Mrs. Ruby Johns, who had been :.

I :<' ". \4 -In. r cepted: Carpenter's resignation I [Continued On Pace Six could hardly believe their n f "" .--
eyes as the local boys first :
!but delayed naming a successor. i ri.'r
.... *r' : ; F ontil after Nov. 1, Carpenters' tcw i placed six points on the score- y nit

,\". ',...... last day on duty. Help! board early in the first quar-

'. Tuesday night also saw tlje ter and then early in the "

I the council engage in'a healed Commission Gets second quarter added six : t

discussion about delinquent utility more. Starke halfback Johnny DeVore dIns'oel' the:,goal fote'""" '

<; ;, I bills and non-conformance with Chills ran up and down the i Tornadoes first score against Palatka's Maroons 'early in rte
the city's occupational license re- ; *' ,'
4 C' .Y quirements.The Another RequestTo spines of coaches, fans and play- first period. ; "

ers alike as the Tornadoes doggedly To fans this was the greatest thrill they had seen ln.'rniA "
matter of
delinquent accounts r
I c hung on to their lead with i a'day, but even this didn't compare \\iththe, spine ,tingler. to
5 s"1 was brought up by Coun-
IR cil Chairman J. D. Doyle who Battle Mud bruising defensive play. Four I come later in the game. In fact, at this point Palatka Jnas'

asked City Clerk Merrill Edwards minutes of the second period had I weren't.reallyorried and Bradford fans bad .hardly, befWtfthope "

SHERIFF'S POSSE U" : .'q, ',1.>- ,..r'..... ... <.r: M .. '"_ I to include a list of all delinquentsin I marched by before the Maroons I ..;
I ... managed to scratch out a single; .
-:: < the upcoming audit report. "Help! HtlpJ! Help! The tra- ,
first down. The Tornadoes held
Members of the recently organized First row ((1-r); Mike Giinooly, j. A. Gnann, Sidney Jackson, Hoyt Edwards replied that if this ditional cry of a drowning man the Maroons to four first downs position. .

Bradford County Sheriffs secretary; Doug Baldwin, treasurer -;: Mann Tommy Hamilton. were done, the list would be "as was voiced in a letter to the during the first half and to nine With the third..quarter almost! Tornadoes. Matie : ;

Posse are pictured in their new } V- R. Smith chaplain; Sheriff'I Third row: Robert Green, 2nd long as this [council] table." TheH|County Commission this week for the entire game while racking over Palatka's single TD was set:,
I uniforms which will be worn when P. D. Reddish; Arthur Adkins,first I I clerk: went on to say that though from Cyrus E. Beam, resident of 13 themselves. j up by the interception of a long:'
lieutenant Char- up
the ; Stanley Green, there were a lot of delinquent ac-jl:[Morgan Road north of Starke,
group makes its first public lieutenant; Dolph Reddish, cap- I Starke pass from Starke's Martin. Maroon Football)
appearance in the opening paradeor tain; Charles Shaefer. ney Williams, R. L. Reddish, Fred counts, most of them eventually i I another trouble spot in thecounty'S ball game completely,with 48 minutes dominated of hard the i'halfback Tommy Lemmond grabbed I -HistoryInPaiatkaWin -

the Bradford County Fair here Second row: Dr. A. J. Barry, I Haislop, Paul Meng, Zedra Hamilton were collected. He said there were drainage system broughton nosed football as they scored their 'I the aerial on his 25 yard

Monday afternoon. Ray Stone, Dr. Don Christoffers, I Sonny Tenly. a lot of bad accounts when he J by two years of double normal decisive 18-7 history making vic '; stripe and fought his way back -a '
took office a year ago. :rainfall. : :
to the
tory. The inspired Tornadoes made Starke 46 before being -
W. I Jackson I In a letter addressed to Mrs.
Mayor T. Billy] i
Next Monday .,: Local Negro Woman Stabbed by:Mate observed that a city ordinance E. L. Crawford Commissionerelect the Maroons fight for every inch brought down. A duo of plungesby 't '1
Palatka fullback
Bob--
Richard
of the 54
yard march for their Starke football fans
really saw '
states that accounts delin- in District Two and presented I '
are
In Over Domestic AffairsReddish single TD in the third bitt netted a first down on the,' made-last'
Argument quarter. history .Friday-night inPalatka
quent after 20 days. He suggested to the board at its meeting Starke 31. .
County Fair cutting off delinquent accounts Monday night, Beam ,declared Then Starke added an insurance i j i for they would .tave to. ;

A 34-year-old Starke Negro Lane said that his wife after the 20 day period. Edwards! that the road was practically im-! touchdown as Senior tackle, Allen I j i I I threw Quarterback to end Fritchy Howard Smith Whitaker then j jI 1 i i look back ,'H'Tears .to find, another -

woman was stabbed to death just i had threatened to -draw a pistol disagreed with this. passable in wet weather and that: Crews, intercepted a screen pass: Tornado' victory over theTb

Set To Open before midnight last ,Friday while I j from her bosom and shoot him, Doyle said he could name a local each time the county sent a grader on, the Palatka three yard stripe jfor II Bradford another'15 Bobbitt first down on the I,Maroons., % .;:'- ;
whereupon he drew his long and fell across the goal with onlya I then crushed f. laat'jime Starke' returned
; visiting in a friends home in i restaurant that owes> "a out the road was only plowedup his :
i Reno. switchblade knife and proceededto sizeable ,piece of 'change" to the and made worse. He said this minute and 41 seconds left to, way down to the Starke I gmrvictortous from Palatka, t>et .'

With Parade Thirty eight-year-old John defend himself. city &wLtbat, .he, was primarily wet-wjather condition would not' play.,. i'i'i one The, where conversion Lemmond took it over.I t fore last Friday, that I*, was:in

Henry Lane, another Starke : The victim staggered about,250 interested in the long past .due i t Improve until some attention was First Touchdown 'I I I by quarterback 1049 when they were".coached "by

"- *.at. [Negro,, has ,been charged with the I feet up the .streej-,-to, ,the, homeof bills., He mentioned, a gas station i given .draining the 'area, getting The Tornadoes demonstrated[!r Smith at 12-7 was good, the score stood James C. Hobbs, nowi.-pftnglpal( at _
and Starke
Bradford County's annual Fair 1: fatal stabbing of Millie Mae Green her uncle, Wylie Green' where" that., according,. tq him< stays I the excess water moving out that,.they were carrying a big i:'i for fans began I'I'i I Hampton Junior High .! looking insurance
she ha* been staying, and fell 1' Stick the, first time they got their I. an touchdown The laat'Friday.was; aU S '
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Week festivities will get underway f'McBride :his common law wife; I!I three months in arrears. i of ditches along the road bed. I i iI I game -.,.
The woman was brought' to the j unconscious to the groimd at. the Council\ ..member Ruby Johns f Ream said that culverts under hands on the ball Palatka, kick I, J i j I most. a repeat 'of the:oneA'; 1949-:
Monday afternoon with a I to house. ed off to them. to open the 6ur- The Tornadoes, apparently fired I) The Tornadoes. > in
Bradford County Hospital about gate the suggested an.investigation of the ,many turn-off roads need lowering I [ w rennderdog
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parade through the business district A' friend the victim* prising contest With their big'! up by .the 'Maroon comeback 're-i j 1949: wm'wetk..
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/ midnight Friday and was pronounced picked ) up I delinquent accounts and the set- and that !there! are no culverts just as they ;
ceived
the kick off .
led by the Bradford High dead at 1:20 a.m. by and carried her to ,the, local' hospital. -: ting up of .definite, cut off. date at all under some turn-offs 1 fullback, Sam Gardner faking up! and immediately t But they beat the.9klgob14ia4; ; i iI
School Band,and the newly organized Doctor T. q, Ritch. ; Reddish said. <" for such accounts: :which fcauses water to be dammed the middle and halfback' Richard I drove down to the Palatka i I almost, the.exact jnatginmU; >d:Tip'by. :,
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40 yard line. After held
"SJj riJTsVPa53 *T *Swht'de,' + Depiityherif#-- olPizatedd Tbedepu tyretwrted that'hecovered l1 .- ; ;, r U&JJl.wti] : ai4';that, I Dugar' ".going' off tackle they dqWns. being on.. _the.1&60 Tonuxdoe-4st Friday.In .. .
will. format 2:30: pin.: roll Westjj investigating; officer, said Lane the .murder':weap..i rom accountsoyerduVfor: 50',days'be !['hi one. especially r bdd** bog j-n.,hol .as-1,.$ro3sn' & toqgt*ta'3e9Ratatka, '32.vith ,' tie panted, atth out O.-end-MariOrt Cot- 't&V #8(tir"Wr ryl'sSpljpmbr: "
Palatka
\ the1 on two :
Washington Street. was picked up later that night a Negro man in Reno, to whom termed delinquent and placed .in many as two to five cars have I aid of"a' SO ,yard pass r fullback Car lAmarJohns from yard stripe, but the '
Maroons
A Highlight of Fair Week will\ in Rer\o. The Negro admitted cutting Lane had given the knife after. the'audit report. I.- :been, stuck at one time, requiring I quarterback Irwin Martin to penalized on 'the play' andthe were all three-''of the1: Er3dford''TD'L
end Marion Cottle.
be the the stabbing.. them out. The 1949 Tornadoes rajted/uj) $30
Rotary Club's annual his common law wife two Occupational. LicensesClerk wreckers to pull Tornadoes
i first
This first got ,a and ten on .
Rural-Urban fish fry which will times during the heat of an argument Dr. Ritch performed autopsy Edwards -said in mailingout Beam said that a one-time' Tornado drive was the 25 yards on tie. ground to Palatka'a: I
enemy's
stalled yard line.
be held at 12. noon next Wednes- Reddish said. Lane is being on the murdered ,woman, Reddish! notices that occupational licenses ditch, running' north from Mor- at the 32 long enough for ,On i 130.,and. they had 1:$"firs6rdo\ nS'
day at the fair grounds. All coun- held in the Bradford County Jail. reported, and recover ,the point are due: he discovered .gan Road east Of the .Hodges the twp teams to exchange fumb- fakes another the series of fullback j to the 'M&ropn'g' 5. .- '"'.'\: '

ty farmers and their families are :without bond. of the knife which Lane ,had used. many businesses in Stare' pate place, through Hogan Smith's les. A Palatka man fell on a the up middle and gives to I The i e.uplnt'p5.:

invited to attend .this event as No inquest \ras held since! Dr. Lane also identified 'the knife-as I,I not been buying the permits. He property.: and into a swamp: Starke fumble but on the Maroon's halfback off 'tackle; the 1 I ends, Billy-Daniby.-and.S4J Davis;
guests of the Rotary Club. I i j Ritch stated that the woman died the one he used, the deputy 1 pointed out that the ordinance .would help remedy the situation first play from scrimmage Bradford latka Tornadoes got down to the Pay tackle*; Captain: :Ja. k.walhWrl) t'

An award to the outstanding! from internal Bleeding resulting sheriff,stated.. I requiring occupational licenses if' it were cleaned out. ,He said halfback Johnny DeVore fell 10 with a fourth down situ and Jack.Eaves;;,guards,h{ odore,

Conservation Farmer will be made'I) from stab wou&ds inflicted about I I did not provide for 'such"'manufacturing that the north end of the ditch on the once again loose football ation and Martin one yard to go. Quarterback first:i.I Bra.nn.OJd. : A. M. Herr ni'tenier: (4 ,;
sneaked
at this time by the Bradford Soil j* the upper right-side and face. Social SecurityA !, concerns as the Big Dad is plainly visible and in fair condition and Starke was back in busi down. the Ken.1etb'J.obpar quarterback, :JlckiHazen !

Conservation District, and several! The stabbing occured at the [clothing] plant'and'| the Her- but that the south end, ness. With a first and ten on the ; fullback, ,Johns"and' hilf-'
4-H Club awards will be made by' home of Carrie'j Small at 14 East I representative' the Gainesville cules Powder Company! .where it leads off from Morgan enemy's 32 yard line, the Tornadoes Fullback Gardner drove up the backs .Gt & Conner aad' darT:
middle to the Maroon 7, butStarke .. .
Miss Dorothy Ross, home demonstration -!'' North St. in Reno, at which Lane Social .Security office will! Council ,agreed that the ordinance road is completely clogged with went to the 20 on a pass I Carter '

agent. I'['I and his wife were visiting and be at the courtroom in Starke on: should be amended to include sand, silt, vegetation and treesso back from quarterback Martin to. half holding.was After penalized being 15 moved yards back for j Friday'J night's thriller'- waS .ojily,
Livestock as well women's I 1 I 9:30 ain.1 that it cannot function He Tombo Smith. the second victory. for Bta&e; : over:
as watching: T.V. JThe two had beenlving Thursday, Oct. 26,. from : all manufacturing concerns On 15 yards and running two plays
and school exhibits will be judged[f together'for several years, for. the purpose of conductingsocial 1 and 'that the chief of police said that he had lived in the the next play DeVore skipped the Tornadoes Palatka since the two teams'began'

Wednesday morning, II I but had been having .trouble for I' security business. I should be designated as a license area for 18 qr 20 years: and thatthe around his left end and eluded penalty for received which yet another playing each other'in..1932. Tha
three Maroon clipping put
County Agent G. T. desire ditch ,had not been cleared defenders with a i, only other time' that Starke'came '
Hugglns, the past six months, Deputy Reddish Persons who to make application inspector. Mayor Jackson pointedout them back
the Maroon 40
with
I
beautiful on
said there is, still room for last:: said. | for social ,security re-I that the present ordinance out to his knowledge in that time. fake to go over forStarke's I second down I close to beating their ..perennial'I ,
and 38 to
minute exhibit entries in, all divisions i The arguing continued in the,, tirement or survivors benefits, secure provides for a license inspector, The Commissioners agreed that first TD of the night.A go. I nemisis was in 1949 Whet the

except livestock: which Is i I Small's home that night, but came : social security account num- but the city had never had one. Morgan Road, was e serious wet plunge for the extra point fail [Continued On Pace Six 1 ,[Continued''On Ps Le;,btj, ',
ed and Starke
closed. All exhibits must be in':! to an abrupt end in the kitchen; bers, 'or get any other social se- Clerk Edwards made the com- weather' problem, 'and referredthe led 60. .___ .

place by 6 p.m. Monday. 'where Lane inflicted the stabs j runty information may see the: ment that the city's financial matter to its road committeeand Second TouchdownThe : ; 't

Wednesday has been designated'as '''wounds. In a statement, to Deputy tepresentative this tim I situation is going "from worse to Road Foreman R. E- Jones.: stunned Maroons, their de- ; : .
Student Day for the white worse" and that if the ,city paid M. O. Harrell of District Five, fense being wholly"contained by CAME RAM A"v<: ,\

schools! and a similar event will (all its outstanding bills tomorrow: who retires as a commissioner at the fighting Tornadoes, tried in ,

be scheduled Thursday for Negro r it would be over $5,000 in the red. the end of this year,said that although vain to stave off yet another' I

school students. He pointed out that property tax- the problem of what to do humiliation. But early in the
Featured the about additional courthouse spaceis second quarter :Maroon halfback
among midway at- es would start coming in next
tractions this be matter for the incoming Richard Bobbitt punted to the ,
year will "Capt. month, bur: that' -$10,000 would a '
Eddie" billed Commission to handle, he would visitor's 21 and Starke was at it 'I
as a "sensational {!have to be paid next month on I
skythrlller aerial i like to along a recommendation. again with Bradford fans on the
artist, who will the two-wa'y radio system" being pass #
of their seats and often times I 3
edge
give daily performances.The installed in connection with civil : .b.
fair is Harrell advised against expansion : not on their seats at all. I
sponsored annually defense., The government is to ?rt
by American the present courthouse I Duggar:went for 25 yards Card- j
Legion Post 58. reimburse the city half its expenses 0 \
at a later date, he said.A facilities at an estimated cost of I ner got 14 in two tries and then
POSSE iMEETLVGThe disputed $45 bill from City around $250,000. He said this i! }Martin Starke's amazing field I c .L L I'i i A

r ? Surveyor M. G. McMillan was the would make courthouse exit -general, found end Marion Cottle I

Bradford County Sheriffs wr' spark which set off the, financial tend almost to the sidewalks on j in the clear and the Tornadoes I II
Posse meeting will be held Friday ,' all four sides and there would be were on the Maroon one yard '
Council to
discussion agreed .
c pay :
Oct. 21, at 7:30: p.m. at the ; f fa 1 the $45 bill for work which Mc-. no room for future expansion. He I stripe. Martin, who looked and I

Court House. AU members are I advised building a completelynew .! acted like a pro all night long,

urged to .attend. 'courthouse on a site off U. fcneaked across to increase the I

A.Lh Prizes AnnouncedIn S. 301 which would provide 'adequate Tornadoes lead to 12-0. I

r -r Fish ContestFirst space for future expansion Palatka finally made a first'' .J
: *4 i and 'parking facilities. down with 4 minutes gone in the \

Mrs. Marian Crosby, supervisorof second quarter when quarterback i !
Calypso ,Dance prize in the black bass registration, asked the boardto Fritchy Smith went from the I t ,1 ,
k' division of the Starke Chamber appoint experienced people as Maroon 38 to the Starke 39. The

Friday, OcU., 21 1 of Commerce fishing contest went poll workers bribe Nov. 8 gen- Tornado defense stiffened here, I i '
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to Robert E. Smith of Hawthorne ballot and with! Palatka fourth and > : -
: eral election. She said the I
S:00 PJI.uso + 3i .F for his 11 pound, 3 ounce catch. would be:'so long that she would eight on the Starke 37, properly x i

Runner-up was L. F. Dinkins of like experienced workers in orderto diagnosed and swamped a run [ 1s

\. \Starke, who received a reel for his get the ballot counted in a from kick formation. And that was

50c Per Person t 10 pound. 10 ounce bass. !. reasonable length of time. the nearest ,the Maroons came to I
Third place in the bass division the first half.
F W Cs I,. S In other action the board: threatening during
Benefit s _gb was taken by Don Page, with a. 9s
Subscribed $100 for advertising The Tornadoes came out for the II
I Ii i 110| pound, 8 ounce catch, and i. I
'SENIOR CLASS TRIP i space in the S 'aWbernBowl, second half determined to protect I
.'. fourth place went to Johnny program; their 12 point margin, but the I II
FUND t Hagen with a 10 pound. 4 ounce Passed several resolutions in Maroons seemed just as determined -{ I 1 1r
I RECORD LIBRARY STARTED bass. They received a cooler chest connection with the forthcoming -to overcome H. Starke's !

I and a tackle box respectively.In "package deal" road program; defense was magnificent in con ;.,
This Space Contributed A Starke Rotary Club rommoitty ht'n-it'e project establish the speckled perch division, Referred to County Attorney taining charge after charge of

a library of recordings as a department of the Starke' Library first prize an ice chest, went to T. F. Landrum a letter front H. Palatka'a power :plays. With the

Weekly to Publicize: became a reality Ia..t Meek. Gilbert Goldwire (left-'local appliance George Flynn Jr. with a 2 pound, V. Knight,, attorney for C. L. Atkinson entire Tornado team assisting the I Oh, Mr. Funny Face what a Kg month yea" ba,v -

Community Events: by dealer, contributed the record player Inffoiegrmmd to 10H! ounce .fish; and second prize requesting payment of effort it was difficult to single out I tb.in.b'thiA awed little three-year-old daughter of Mrs. SJdi5ey -

the project, while S. L.. Peek, Jr. (right) is shown presentinghis a tackle box to Harry Rabb, 2 $600 for topsoil, removed by mis- individual performances. But it I II I Miller, Route 2, Starke, as lobe attempts ta feed try ',

THE collection of high fidelity recordings to Mrs. Bess Barns, pound, 9 ounce. take from his, property on the 'was impossible for 'fans to miss to an oversize Hallowe'en mask, bi; a Cad Street .ten,-cent

COMMUNITY librarian. Rev Barry Vamle\enter (second from right), chairman First pri..Z&-.(an ice chest) for Letsch road.Approved. the performance of Bradford's 135 store. In her preoccupation witlT+the EaQoweta tbenu, ,

STATE BANK of Rotary community service committee, has charge of shellcrackers was won by Stanley Commissioner Harold pound center, Mike Darby. Again this little girl L* typical of hundreds of youutstaa"t.hrGIr1p.'" r .'
Noegel with a 1 pound 7 ounce Norman's motion that hand rails and again Darby wormed his way
the project and states that ,other contributions of records win out the county tvfao will be living oa exdtenest from,sow
catch; and second priie' (tackle ai Maroon, blockers to
beJnstalled on steps: an courthouse through bring
OF STARKE be welcome. The recordings may be played at the library, or box) went to Raymond'VUIo"lLte, entrances for the benefitof down the ball 'carrier coming 1 until that witching date of October '1. y .-.g,4.t Ja. i ;.
will be available for _
soon lending to regular library patrons. 1 pound, 4 ounces. the aged and infirm. around his defensive linebacker _

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I "Am: TWO vi ota LV vipt t .S1I gC I BRADFORD COmiTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE FLORIDA THCRSDAY'OC'IOBER 20,- 1960
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"' 'Y'I. "- }'Ir.-and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez Mr, and :Mrs. R. W. Reeder of i| BAKE SALE I CARNIVAL
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Boynton Beach .are ViSiting Mrs II l'IewYork City were weekend | r II I I The Starjce Chapter b.E.3. vrrii1 -', Starke Elementary Scnool irA.1i1l .
1[. H. Lang and. Mr. and Mrs. guests of Judge .and Mrs. T; A bold a bake sale Saturday, Oet ;
t hold its Hallowe'en Carnival
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Paul Raymond this week. Yawn while 'enroute to' Nev II '
j I 22, at 9:30: a.m. in front of Barks- Friday, O t. 28 at the school.
.. i! Mr. and Mrs Lester Hardigree Orleans, On their return trip they f dale's ?

f i and famflyof Orlando were Saturday will spend next l'eekith, the i) I a x 'a

I visitors of Yr, and Mrs. Tyler I Yawns | I .
INThC NEWS Jones. LISTEN { I
: TONIGHT! I Ji
'. Mr. and 11ra.,Charles Knight j jI DEMOCRATIC DINNERBROADCAST I I 'Newest.concept in v__

I and sons of Gainesville were visiting t ? I photoelectric'eaposure control I
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relatives here on Sunday. i 8:30: OVER WRGR j *
Mrs. J. R. Hardee and Mrs. L.: Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Clardy and : Paul Knight of Miami spent i i j Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, !
w G. Thompson of Fernandinaj';son of Atlanta. Ga. spent the first 1 .__ g 35mm'
the weekend with his mother, :Mrs.i j and :Mr. and Mrs Jack Hazen of r
Beach were last Wednesday ,visitors -j of the week with his sister, Mrs. D. E. Knight. 'Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson 1 .
of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. I j Sarah Hunter and family. Mrs D. G. Scott of Decatwr,Ii Folson of Gainesville and families! r
Mr. and ;Mrs. J- D. Doyle 'were i j Mrs. Grace Ritch. son. Jimmy, '' I Ian'one
I I : Ga. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. spent the weekend at the Thomas
'visiting Mrs. Ruby Mann in Jack-j I i and daughter, Martha Susan j 10. L. Haynes, Jr., and family this I J f camp in the Scrub _._j ; NSCOSET\CAMERA' I
'sonvill on Sunday i(['visited Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hazen'I'vreek. Mrs. Ralph Brian of Keystone'I : .

.Hardware.., Kirsch Drapery. Rods! at Starke I i in Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs Sunday.R. P. Flume are j I i: Replace your old strung maj *j Heights underwent an appendj1 j1 j1j zi : 3(1( 'I gets pictures like an expert! t
'U'I j ectomy at Bradford
i rbine belt County Hospital ,
-Mr-; and Mrs. R.' E. Firth in Fort Lauderdale this week '! from Denmark with a new Sinter Belt.j| on Tuesday : j: ( mf .... t
Furniture Co. tf
:Wednesday for. eleven days' busi I visiting Mr. and Mrs.G-i.P; Doper.Mr .f,J I Mike Chitty returned Fridayfrom r ,. 4' "f SimplifaitJ
ness-plee ure to' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanford of
trip Michigan. and Airs. Herbert Thomas 1 "single" rinj"I i
Hope Haven
They kin visit Mr; and Mrs. William and daughter, Kathleen, spent'the ;,'i Dinsmore were last Tuesday VUli-,the has been Hospital where ? ., control tularcaticallx \ !
i tors of Mr, confined the past five t j I I lij1 l! sets
Whlchello in Belleview, Mich weekend in the Scrub- and Mrs. H. L Hough.\'weeks I >> i
after ,
| his legs. r for
surgery on
and*in Flint Mich. 'i Mrs. Tim Warren returned toj I Ii j exposure
Bobbie Vicki
Sue. Robby and | all condition f
.. Her home in Manchester Mr. and Mrs,'S, }L Simmons, of iI .
Attending the Santa Fe Region!I Barksdale were visiting their i H. on;: Richmond. Va were, overnight I 0 including I
Library Board meeting in Gainesville i grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.|i Tuesday after several weeks visit;guests of flash.
:: with .her parents Mr. and firs S. Tuesday Mrs Bertha I
tonight {Thursday will be Horne in Hampton over the: Pearce. f 2.8 -

Mrs Edward Burns Mrs. Junius weekend. :;: R. Johns. ][j Mr. and Mrs. T. R. and John Torode (left), local ,oil company distributor and: Tax Rokkor coated', '
Young : .
Smith Mrs. M. H. Cressler, Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Sowers and,., Attending the District Seminar, children spent the weekend: at Assessor Gene Long hit the mackerel jackpot at Horseshoe last"l't'kt"nd '' lens. I si
A. R. Norman, Mrs. H. C. Ritch I family spent the weekend inj i'i jot the Methodist WSCS and Wesleyan !i Hollywood with Mr. and Mrs.Fred \\ and returned home with a splendid catch of 32, bwlodI I I *Wide rang 1
and Dr. I Service Guild expcsurt I
Florence at St. Mark's
Jennings.
Hollywood.Mrs. HilL ing the king-size 23 pound iiacierel shown above. The ( .
smaller t
; t : control. MT
Extra Bobbins save time-Stock Adam Green and Mrs. Don church: !in Ocala Sunday afternoon -! .. I ti
; Sinter Bewfnr fish (only part of the catch shown here) Blue and
Machine _Needles were Spanish J *
Coupled
'P with Singer Bobbins at Den Page spent Saturday in Jackson were: Mrs. C. D. Williams,| i
at Denmark FnrnJtnr+ 'tt mackerel. Long caught the large King on light tackle 1 l range i view-+
mark Furniture Co. U ville. Irs. Nelson Green, Mrs. R. S. Oar: < (20- i i III' ""
1 Mrs. N. B. Rosier and pound test line) after a 30 minute bout and fin .
Mullins, Mrs. C. C. Johns, Mrs. i son Bill a run of about III'U
j spent the first of the mile and a half. a'I I t
Titus Olson Mrs. Becky Simpson,) week with -- t
Mrs. W. L. Blair, and Miss M r. and Mrs. C. H. Dittmar in "- .
Amy
LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS loburn. !; Jacksonville -'.".."-!' ""''/{f Friends Of Library I I Jaycee Forum 1 CaseExtra I

Mrs. c.. G. Barksdale and Mrs. ;, / > Sponsor Book SaleThe I Set For Tonight ) $9.95BiingtonMo&Gift t tI
Lulu Mott had
Sunday dinner, |Company C's ; .
.. For with Mr. and : : :
Cooking and Heating Mrs. Robert Barks-i first annual Book Sale, Bradford; County's property valuation -

$6.50 Per 100 lb. Cylinder dale to celebrate Mrs. C. G.Jj j Equipment To ; sponsored by Friends of the Library -! problems will be aired ini I Shb :
Barksdale's ,
birthday p
anniversary! will be held Nov. 3, 4, and 5, :
Mrs. Neil Tucker and children I 1 i Be at a downtown location to be announced -i i C Jaycee-sponsored panel discussion >

Heater returned Saturday from three i M Inspected I next week The Little!! on radio station WRGR tonight -I 104 '. Call St. Starke..Fla. I
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Special
---- weeks visit with relatives in|I Women's Club will assist 'with the i (Thursday) at 7 p.m. The i Ii, -_. f,

Tulsa, Okla. Mr. Tucker was with Company c, 748th Ordnance! project. .. panel is being scheduled half an I
25,000 BTU Space Heater 29.50 his family the first week. Battalion, will have "'Command j I I
1 Persons who have books they| hour earlier than previously announced -i
40,000 BTU Space Heater Mrs. Alice Anderson attended Maintenance Inspection} of: all t would like to donate to the cause[ in order not to conflict j, t It
39.50
( the funeral of her .
N uncle, CC. equipment on Monday. Oct.:f 31. may bring them to the library or with a Democratic Rally.Dinnerstarting 'f f
Burton, Monday afternoon in Or The I
inspecting team from the I
leave them at Starke Dry Cleaners at' 7:30. t I
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Phone HY 6.4351 lando.
w Lake Butler Combined Field Maintenance if more convenient. All kinds of I Tax Assessor Gene Long will fce r
Kirsch Drapery. Rods at StarkeHardware. Shop Camp Blanding will inspect books are needed, including paperbacks quizzed by a panel of Jaycees concerning \ 1
tf(I
'" the signal ordnance;
.. en- | or more expensive editions.' his new method of arriving -'
Janice Vickers of BrunswickGa. ,! gineer, and medical equipment to !
: Proceeds from the sale will be at property values in the I
t THE BEST IN fOOD VALUES was visiting Jane Adamsover I determine the condition of the I nsed to purchase furniture and county. The panel will be mod 'Vt 1.

the weekend.Rev. equipment at this time to see ,if I i other equipment for the library, erated by H. B. Ingram. i, ,
and Mrs. Clarence Dibbleof equipment properly maintained t I, _

i Penney Farms entertained at;|during the year. 1 I I _

L \\YAYNE'S Cah SUPERETTE! a dinner party in the Gold House si I The local unit. received' the i j I II II I \

Restaurant Wednesday of last highest;;1 rating of any unit on this j !

e. week honoring their soninlawand Inspection last year, which, with j ,

I .. Owned, and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil daughter. Mr., and Mrs. Fred other unit ratings; resulted in the j LTJe : ip f
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f Douglas, Formerly Manager, of Suwannee Store Worth of Indianapolis. Ind. who unit receiving the "Award for iAr
I ; 671 W. Madison Phone are their house guests. Other Efficiency in Maintenance" for
WO 4-9231 guests included Paul Johnson of having attained the highest figure !
We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantity Penney Farms and Mr. and Mrs.J. for the fiscal year 1960.

T. Quigley. Company C will drill Oct. 24 ,
: : LONG GRAIN Friends of Mrs. Vergie Flynn and Oct. 30, at which time preliminary For the first time.anywhere I LI i4 tf tI

40 and Mrs. Bessie Faxon will regretto and maintenance of 1a I
ounces t
j-jRICE \ 29 learn that their brother, James equipment duties will be perform- ,

I r Cooper, died, Oct. 12 of a heart ed. :' I
".. S. R. (QUAKER ailment. Funeral services were Veterans Join j Ij

y 5 Lbs held irs Jackson Mich. 6P4 Ernest C. Carlton and SP4
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FLOUR 39c Purchase-any ffloflel oi gingerSewing Warren J. Starling recently enlisted

Machine At Denmark irj c'ornpaJyc..fQf;; the tJfJt i II
BAKE RITE 3 Lb Tin! Furniture To. tf ond time. Both 'men are former ; I i iI I

39c Mr. and Mrs. .Woodrow McNeil members of the, Guard and have ,

One with $5.00 Food Order and daughters and Ernest Surrenty served on active duty with -theAiny. BULOVA I !

of Adele, Ga. wereSun Each stated that "My time by _
18-oz. TALL CAN day afternoon visitors of Mr. and in the Guard really helped me <

OIL 50c Value Mrs. LJotfd: Green. while I was' in the Army.'" f .,
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SAUSAGE \ a _
39c .Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Har- Recent re-enlistments were t "III
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haugh of San Francisco, Calif. are Richard H. Jockel, and Virgil 6l I &. i
U. S. NO. 1 TABLEPOTATOES Visiting Mr. and Mrs. F..W. Grau Griffis" Recently transferred front : :.\, ". .f Y; I

10 Lbs don. Orlando was William R.. McLeridbn. ,',, f Q

29 S-Sgt. and Mrs. C, O. Moye of ,. ". "-
Lt. Drew Fabulous styling in burnished and fiRST UOT M leek
Reddish,
Columbus. Miss. were Monday Executive +
Florentine finish makes these new nisbedtearshapedblaze.FIRST
BANANAS Firm". Ripe 3 Lbs evening supper guests of M.r. and Officer of the company, announces LADY Watches feminine favorites. 23 Jewels, unbreakable _
25 I MrsG.. S. Newcomb. that there are'several open mainspring. {In yellow tf.
Precise, accurate 23
jewel
white
$53.50 .
Mrs. A., E. McKinney was visit[ ings .for veterans or non-veterans -, !
movements make them proud possessions '
YELLOW ONIONS 4 Lbs 15 tag Mrs. R. E. Hazen in Gainesville who desire to serve in an ordnance : : And our special credit 'FIRST LADY in a quiet Sensational c
Sunday, afternoon. unit where men are needed 'simple circltt jewilt, ITR'ADEIN
to
plan makes them so buy
1 ';"" ... .. Mrs. M. D. Elder returned home t. perform repair: work, 'weld.. From $59.50 easy unbreakable In yellow or white.mainspring :
1
today Thursday from Bradford log, supply, and weapons repair." 4"! J71.M !

Apalachicola SEA FOODS County Hospital where she underwent Guardsmen receive a day's pay AS LITTLE AS HA WEEK ,,i of ',
surgery two weeks ago. for each armory drill. High'school '.

: JUMBO SHRIMP L- b. Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Smedley, seniors are eligible for enlistment.Marine .. 'I. :" I

89C Miss Carol Blackstone and :, .. -
I Mrsy WILLIAMS JEWELRY .
Glenda Blackstone of Lake Band To Play : r "
4 STANDARD were Sunday visitors of Mrs. {
[In Lake .
: OYSTERS Effie Johns. City Authorized Bulova ..'1-,- x !
PH 105LARGE Mrs. H. P. Moye of Orlando is and Elgin Dealer FG'T0tffATEsR R t

.. visiting her daughter Mrs. G. S. The'famous U. S. Marine Band !I .;.......!.o.. (!
oldest military symphonic musical 142 W. Call St. Phone0 -18311.u
I .SO
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i Newcomb and family this week. ;
I Rev. J. H. Mabry is touring organization' the country will1s! I 0 ;
MULLET FISHMeat Lb. Central play concert in the Columbia ', -_. $i n early purchase \
4f 25ci" Florida this week for the '
I High School auditorium, Lake I of Oe new'Quaker ,
i; 4 Florida : i '
Baptist convention. rC al1enger: OilFired \
'I :. City, Friday night, Oct. 28.
Elaine underwent i Deluxe Heat-
Akridge an
I | The Lake City appearance IN A MINUTE
appendectomy last Friday at Brad PLAY MUSIC er.with Automatic
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being made under the auspices of! t "AirrFeed" and --
ford .
i County Hospital.Mr. .
Specials
the Circulating Fan, z -
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and Mrs. Columbia High School Band I ; ; i iI
: I Carl Mathews had Associates. The concert will start: the MAGNUS '::1(."'. .. .
Fla. Grade I as Sunday guests Mr. and M ra I on new I
liENS A Lb 29c I' at 8 p. m. and will feature symphonic
Virgil Mathews of Atlantic Beach, I .
arrangements, musical
,Mrs. William Flink and children i ,!
SMOKED of Jacksonville |comedy' favorites light classics, DIAMOND t
and Mr. and U re' -"
BACON In Piece Lb- Bruce Mathews and daughter of and traditional band "numbers- I EXCLUSIVE 11i2.YIAy I
". 29c Gainesville.Mr. There will be a. matinee performance -I ", electric chord organ : '
at 1:30 with student
,
RIB AND I and Mrs. Guy Dyal of Green tickets priced at 60 cents Allj',I Me., .k :
Cove GU4RUru
< Springs celebrated their' ,
BRISKET STEW Lb second tickets for the evening tontx t4 I I
29c wedding anniversary at a VAAWtIT
are $1.58. and may be obtained lit tat A
family dinner party at the home ; 1 jroir horn* ...35.. VAANTff> t* th :
.by sending a. stamped, selt-addressed .x 43H! ,.] to / moa.tem
1"LbSolids Fori11r14 I
of her
OLEO 2 For parents Mr. and Mrs. M.' MfuIiEuun7 fa
> 29c envelope., .with money order ''efaltureYdnet room ca kM lull'* !
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L. Lawson, Sunday. -I. 1Mt!ttr Uttiottf
of. YOUR Mtunl !
MEATY : to the Chamber of Commerf$ .MONEY- 8 K YOUR J40KZY dntt kM.. '
LISTEN TONIGHT! dr Colombia High School eLake -5 BAOL ;

: NECK BONES 2 Lbs. 29 DEMOCRATIC DINNERBROADCAST CitY. 1 ) r '
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To'Begin Play 1..1,, .- > ', ,-' t '. IIKE T.ll BODSRH#" F6IuA! C :

< :5i 1 I.' _'- _' "" JJere1 rs 'th*only hat with Inner body exec leW,. ,

LISTEN TO tHE FIGHTING tORSvs. R The Bantam Football League i I ___ ... __. 1.-- I, ,Vr" ided .*tight into'cine piece for maximum safety -
GA : .
will begin its first season' of 1 play! I 2 VaJQd greatest fuel-econt my. ,. ,. .'
his Saturday at 9 a. m. on i the Discover the thrill: of being able'to express yourself d'r "

Pratt Street Playground whenTbrode's musically-even if you've never had a lesson in your '

;, Shell Products will take l j life. lust follow the,exclusive Magnus method of <-r.I; J '.IS *ItSTMOIMG '.ATUIlISit:: .

3 f t* ')n North Florida Supply. At 10 matching numbers and letters in the Magnus songbooks -. : ... > ./

l 3, y, "Vctock. TerwlDegar Motors xillob I I with those on the key-board. It's so easy-even i.L.IxchM' : Ouottt Weist Ifirfje Fi:1Ci'd'lp: Coati: .- ._

:at '-' -t ,\': > >. V Kwh' Drugs. a youngster can play complete songs within 60 seconds! : '; .f "Smokeless"ilurner, Aiifwfiofic Safe i 01 : -."'

OCTOBER 22 9:00 P.M.: The Bantam' league is comoosed. PLAY EVERYTHING!Over 25 different songbooks /:;:'.>*> Hvm ctdier. $fc W**. ;. ,

j of 10 to 12,year old boys.m to choose from...classical jazz, pops, hymns, .. v-tlev Flue.0utietfgr Cert red lBatingw ; :.

ONWRGR < -reatlon Department.
"' t Coaches: I

RADIO war who .are Goldwire donating; and their Jimmy time Rowe are j BRAND NEW LOW COST MODEL 1 fi1A E tlO1fl AST 1E1 iksAn' DEPOSIT,

1\ ?I fKochi team; Harold Davis and I AS, LOW AS $49.95 y., .

PRESENTED BY Car} Lamar: Tom Casey Johns and[TerwiDlerarsl Bar ryl- I ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION ;' "ITS FACT YpU CAN DO BETTER Ar'1- : 1

'DOYLE E. CONNER INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Vandeventer fTorode'sJ. : )) -<: j. \

C. H. Naswbrlhy. General FUR"nTURE
,- :Six Months Auto Liability -. $18.00 Dub paid for rooc. eitan, cotton I Supplies PIARK' CO.,
ray No Khaki or 10 olj i

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I Mrs, George Canova Honored At Shower Protein SupplementGood V Christmas carols. I am having
/ :
Mrs.,George Canova was honor-,, with a tall stork and.Clj'SW trays InvestmentFor the Christmas party for our

ed at a lovely stork shower last :. held decorated cake and pink and CattlemenThe LIR2LnhIL birthday club.We will l have a nice

Saturday evening from seven to blue decorated mints. time. I will decorate the house

nine o'clock given by Mrs. Harold I Appropriate games were led by best Investment' a' cattle- I and have a nice tree. We will

Epps, Mrs. Eugene Tanner, lira. Mrs. Epps and prizes were won by man can' make this winter is to have eats and an oldfashionedChristmas
L NeD Crawford, and Mrs: P. T. lira. KateSheppard and Mrs. Nat make sure his cattle are fed the II CL'2' party. Most are widows

Gliy Moot 7 Nolin, at the home of the 'l latter. DankeL After the games the extra protein supplement they I : and maiden ladies who live alone.

--- ---,---,-- -- --- A pink and blue colof motif was I honoree opened: her many lovely need according to Dr. T. J. Cun- ,-, = Deatcs- _n ___. t.._ __ As crickets cry, and wind sighs,
attractively carried;' out ,in, the I gifts under a large pint'umbrella. my heart.is glad. It is Autumn in
First Social Set _: Film On Lighting party decorations. A large lifelike :The hostesses presented Mrs. ha.The head of the Florida Agricultural Wherein the Autumn days fly hear a cricket's cheerful song. all its glory I say a prayer of

For Saturday By Presented At baby doll. wyJi\ realistic tears Canova, with a blue bee jacket as Experiment Station's an- swiftly The Crickets cry, the Don is at the store Digger is thanks.
was placed on a table near the a memento of the occasion. imal wind sings a song with the drying curled up asleep and Gabby is
husbandry department God bless
Woman's ClubA says leaves. My heart is gay. outside watching squirrels. My you every one.
Jiinlor'Women, entrance. Among the 25 guests was Mrs: lack of protein is still one of the Love Mother Lura.
II
table Crickets are crying autumn in garden is clean and sowed to
The buffet was centered Levy Canova, Jl?, of Jacksonville. most' common nutritional deficiencies rye.
The Junior Woman's Club'. of film on "Light As You Like I encountered in Florida my ears Sweet potatoes were especiallynice = .-: i-:: -: :
'Stajrke win have its first social It" was presented by Miss Alice East winds lament along the.! this year. They are dug and ----- "

event of the:new club year this Tones, service representative .of Brownlee Circle Little Women during- the winter.Experiments hare. shown that misty shores; js I! spread to dry on a paper on the

Saturday.'night-at: the club house.. Florida Power and Light Co. at Of First Baptist I for The time of death and hibtrna- I laundry floor. I have nice turnips
dolbr for needed
I spent
A Deco- every
Interior
with; 'Jamboree Barn Dance for. the American Home program program on protein tion nears. i and turnip greens. Tomorrow I FloridaTheatre
supplementation during '
members .and their guests: given at the Starke Woman's Holds ,Meeting rating was presented at the regular he winter a cattleman can expect And suddenly my spirit feels a i plan to put out my tulip bulbs.
A'special.guest will be the out Club meeting Wednesday afternoon -' meeting of 'the Little Wo score' l My flower beds are cleaned, so
of"townmaster: of ceremonies.", tot last week. The Brownlee Circle.of the First: men's Club Monday\ night, Oct. two dollars In increased returns. Of doubts and diminutions and !planting i will be easy.

Admission will be $1, per couple i The speaker was introduced by 'Baptist Church met with the 10, at the club house. Protein deficiency costscattle- I cry J HOUSEHOLD HINTS: When

and prospective members are, invited i Mrs. N. S. Dankel, chairman, and leader, Mrs. Milton Lang on Tues Barbara Blankenship, program men tie a great deal of money. Cat- For all the worldless memories sewing with double thread, put a
lacking in protein lose weight,
to. attend. Special prizes Mrs. J. H. DuPre co-chairman day. New oii ers for the coming chairman, presented Mrs. S. G. that assail 1 knot in each end. Thread will not

.will be warded for the best,costumed of the American Home Depart year were: :installed by 'Mrs..J. A. Denmark who gave a talk and do not smaller produce regularly, and My deeper sense and ask the cold snarl. When using egg whites for

man and woman. ment. Miss Jones also gave a demonstration Griffin, WMU president,' and the demonstration of interior decor less wean calves 'which means blue sky I cake, separate when cold and let
Arrangements are in'charge of of, new and modern program was presented by Mrs. ating. return to the producer. What imagined omens prevailJ! J set an hour to warm to room TRIPLE FEATURE

the', social committee, with Mrs. light bulbs and lighting fixtures. M. F..Hazen ,on the subject, "UsI ,' During the business meeting Protein the supplementation appetite of cattle and Increases Crickets are crying. Autumn and I.I I temperature before beating. Store PROGRAM

Seymour Marco as chairman.' Florida Power and Light Co. gave I ing Our Talents'During presided over by the president, the sounds raisins and dried fruit in a covered
:Mrs. Fred Snell. Mrs. Randal three door prizes which were won the' social hour the circle Anne Matthews the club receivedits causes: them to graze more. The Bring such keen pain for all the l jars.' They will stay fresh Saturday, Oct. 22

CWtty.' Mrs. Bob Benner, Mrs. by Mrs. Harry Mooty,"first, Mrs. members presented Mrs. Milton -, silver punch bowl which the forage utilized they because consume of the extra is better I winter dearth I :and moist. Set a cake on a lazy 1st. FeatureROMANTIC

Walker Wood. Mrs: ..Lemuel;! Williams -, Clyde Sinclair., second, and Mrs.. Lang with a, gift since the, memb rs' have been working towards tein they "getting. proT hat my lamenting far exceeds. i susan to frost.
are ,
; and Miss Charlene Hardy. Herbert Thomas, third. meeting was held on her birtly for the. past' year. Experiment Station studies I! the bounds I While Albert was here I cooked

All members.are. urged to ,attend .Mrs. D. L. Thomas president,, day.Helen Refreshments were served by have shown that lack of 'I Of what I see and hear and know ;tomatoes the old fashioned way. a att..+
and bring a guest. presided over the business meet- Masters Circle, met at the hostesses:. Sara Osborrie. Sally P a, pro as earth I i 3 He enjoyed them..
and reminded members of the the church with the, leader, Mrs.XL Sink, ,and
DiStrict,meeting to be held Oct. B. Jordan'presiding.. Mrs. }of. at. ,the conclusion of the meeting. come, before into heat getting, take more services my heart I f'' Peel fresh tomatoes or open a

,Visit The Bradford 28 at the Green Turtle Inn In H. Sheppard brought a song on settled, and As crickets cry me desolate a- .I small can. Add sugar and salt to

County Fair Jacksonville. Reservations' must I Royal ,Service, and Mrs. Jordan Mrs. Hugh'Hutson fail Dr.to.Cunha become warns, pregnant.cattlemen not; part. taste good. Add a lump-of butter, UL .- ....-
be made by Oct 26r Rev. Barry stressed personal witnessing to -Alice M. Swain size of walnut. I let cook and .
: : to expect too much the -
during
,
October 24 -. 29 VanDeventer gave the devotional each member. The program was Is Honor Guest How beautiful these autumn I I simmer until dene. I toast two
first winter of
Mrs. W. H. Hart 'gave 'a library : presented by Mrs H. JL Hatcher supplemental" feed days make my heart sing. Let the I I slices of white bread. Lay In the 2nd. Featured
report 'and Mrs. .Pete. Felos: on the topic;. "Enlistment. Mrs. At Stork Showered ing. "However he adds "a above poet be desolate thinking' tomatoes and let the toast soak
heavier
jg gave 'a financial; report. J. .E.. Hardy expressed the need calf at weaning and less of winter. To me the days herald up the juice. Stir bread into the
A Mrs. Guy 'Sale presented a list" for all circle members to work W. T. Jackson and M ret deaths should oc'curr during the the coming of Thanksgiving and tomatoes. I like tomatoes waker
1' first winter. Cows will look betterand
.Y of the following new members:' together. David Montgomery entertamea the Christmas holidays. This this way in late summer and Au
a stork shower at the homeof be more apt to'settle quicker,
Mrs. J. N. Hopkins, Mrs. Julian lovely I have reason to be thankful and tumn.I .
and of them will have calves .
more
McRae. Mrs. Robert Coe, Mrs.,W.Planting For Spring the latter Tuesday evening because of protein feeding. glad as my son Albert from his' have ordered little.. books of Y
,, honoring Mrs. Hugh Hutson. farm in Indiana has been he
E.
Tilley,Mrs. Robert Ward. Mrs.,
: Gilbert I Is Garden Club:Topic Dried Fall 'arrangements were The animal husbandman urges to spend one and a half days
Brown Mrs. John Sim
p-
: cattlemen to start rem
Florida
used 'as'party decorations. Game! proteinfeeding D
son. Mrs. L., V. Hardin, and Dr. two nights. I had not seen hi BIC
Sarah Lou Wells. "Planting for Spring" will be were played during the eveningand earlier than in the past. for going on five years and

The hostesses served refreshments the program topic at the StarkeCarden prizes were awarded to the In most cases says Dr. .Cunha, had a wonderful time talking. To TARKE FLA." .
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Club meeting next Monday winners. cattlemen do not start protein
in the' Hallowe'en motif get acquainted with your chit
evening at 7:30 o'clock in the The many lovely gifts were presented feeding until December. Januaryor dren when grown, Is so wonder
during the social
hour. Episcopal Parish House. tq the even later. SUN., MQN. & TUE.
1 honored ina dol ful. You marvel that your little
I Hostesses for the evening will carriage:, The hostesses presented He"recommends starting earlier son has grown tall and knows so Oct. 23, 24, & 25 h ;

Vivian Garcia be Mrs. M. F. Hazen.. Mrs. J. D. Mrs. Hutson.with a white pylon beginning with one-quarter or much. It makes me so happy now DOUBLE, FEATURE Who!a bofio..1

Feted At Luncheon Doyle, and Miss Clara Leaman. baby !shawl as a memento of the one-half pound of protein supple that I had a son. Then I thinkof Sex Kittens Go To l nsfuint toughUilockU
Members are reminded that potted :- occasion. ment'daily, increasing it as cattle my grandchildren and myson's the.irploa* -+

Miss 'Vivian. Garcia .bride-elect, '' plants, which they have for Out-of town guests were Mrs..H : require more. This stretches wife. So many to love and College ..bot.ur..and \

was honored at a lovely luncheon: !sale at the County-Fair, are 'to betaken L. Huston. Sr. and Mrs. W. E. .put the. feeding period. cherish. He is on his way home Mamie Van Doren. Tuesday WrldMljanou l .sot...token.al..bov.for a rid.th. +

Saturday Oct. 8, 'at the Garden to 'the American Legion .Christmus of Orlando;Airs. V.' L' now.I Bardot, Mickey doudsf t .
Restaurant given by Miss Judy building on Monday morning. The Corbett of Gainesville and Mrs RECREATIONSCHEDULE have'the bed linen and table Shaughnessy; Louis! Nye

s Dankel.: Mrs. Randy Johns and 1961 flower arrangement calendarat Julius Lowry of Green Cove cloth used while my son was here Joe Dakota THE EAST SIDE KIDS 4jM
Mrs.. Vernon Reddish. 11.25 each will be available at Springs. and they are dry. It is such a M

A ,fall .arrangement' centered, the Monday, night;meeting. r lovely day. I heard coyotes crying Jock Mahoney, Luana Patten

thelong luncheon table"'wherethe Elderly! Man. Cityi:Recreation' ,schedule' for. the over on ,the river last night. Plus Color pa'rtoon rN4
I week .
ten guests were seated. Bridal Madison, Street WMUThe .,: ? {The wind Is tossing the leaves.
Saturday WED., THURS. Oct. 26 27 LEO COHCM
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III II place cards were uSed' to mark 'Many trees noware turning yellow
the.seating rr ngement. .Madison Street ..Baptist Bitten By Dog '9 and'10 a.m.-Bantam; Football and all colors., Yes, we are all DOUBLE FEATURE 8088 JORDAN
Pratt
W.M.U.. League games. .at. Street alive to see the beauties of Au Raw
The hostesses presented the will have a mission study Playground. Edge A MONO/IAM 1Ktu11to .
9 J JI ndnoree':with a piece 'of her se book. reView at the.church Thursday ) : tumn. Since I last wrote we have Rory Calhoun Yvonne De {Car -
# lected"chlnaiamemento; ;' of 'the evening. Oct.< 27: starting at, An 82-yearold: Bradford County 10 'aonl-Archery Club' 'meets, '*:' had: two. funer is...One a man, 50, --PLUS-- 3rd. Feature
I : :Pratt Street 1nit:
\ mari received PJaY
occasion. 6:45: o'clock. severe laeerattons: of Q dropped,dead at .his filling 's ta-
r the face, Mont y"whelhe,' ,bent "'7:8Q .p.m.-Teen'Club meets at tion. The ..other' farmer's wife, Crack In The Mirror

: Beta overto pick,up"his fallen cap and USO. just a month older than ml's ell. Orson Wells, Juliette Greco iris woRtrrs V.
: ; Sigma Phi 9. petdog bit him.Leroy'Dungan Monday Each 'of us our.days have a num Pins Color Cartoon( YOUNGEST ,
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: TREE SlOW 8p.m': -. Square Dance Class w.,+w
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The Beta .,who lives at the ber. When God calls we must WIZARD
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: ; sorority )Michigan Ranch south of Starkeon meets at USO. drop everything and go. To set FRI., SAT., Oct. 28-29
have
/ ,Saturday will, its Ritual of Jewels and S. .R. 100. was( treated fat ; 'Tuesday much store DOUBLE FEATURE
.-; ; Morning 10:00 A.M.I or on earthly things is
dinner :Monday night,.Oct. 24, 3:15 and 4
pjh. '
shock and lacerations of the fa. e.by' -Tumbling Class vain.,'We cannot take anything H. G. WELLS' .
: 7:30 o'clock In the Garden.Restau Dr. Pete G:: Felon before beingsent meets in USO.; with us and we' must .gO.alone. I i. i
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rant.Members-are The Time Machine
I : ) yJD1BILL! MCKOK RIDES asked to'make to the 'Medical Center'at the Wednesday The box elder bugs are along I .

I ;. reservations by Thursday'Oct..2with'MrsOln' : 0,. .University of 'Florida ,-In Caine s-- .3:30: pin.--BantainCheerleade rs I the south and east side of the Rod. Taylor, Yvette 3Ifmirax !

',rd *, At THE, :Sheppard:White,,Jr.or'; MrslMike : vtlle.' :beputp Sheriff! James, Hamll-' meet-at"high'school.Vgym.. wall of the chapel in'th sun. --PLUS--

, .tim rePorted.. Thursdayhair Lots of crickets this fall and Wild River
: :Dungan ,was sitting .in '9:30': am; ..:- Arts and CraftsI some report they are
a c in
: getting
; fL flRIflA I THEATER i Recent. ''Births.' !In the., reptrof the ranch house ,I Class meets in'BoyScout; Hut < the: ,house" found one, in,, the I Montgomery Color Cllft Cartoon, Lee RemlckPhis .Cartoon: Bone for aBone'SUN. ,

I just*before'the,accident oc urred.' 'Monday 'and Wednesday laundry, this morning. I love 'to
. .\ *Mr., : ., MON., TUE., & WED.
i' and fra.: Charles Sawyer of The, dog Was lying nearby under. atree -.3:30 5p...m.. .-:: Bantam Football ,
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., ( Jar sonVll1e Beach announce; the ',jri.which'Dnngan;; had hung League practice: .(North Florida; r Oct. 23 thru, 26

'. :>. Sponsored by the. Following ,Merchants:: birth Of a daugterSuzanne; o n )Ms' cap. ,Products"and"Terwillegar. ,Motors),. SPECIAL Fri. Sat. Oct. 21-22
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Oct..I!.'Mr?"'Sawyer; is.the former" The cap Ie!)' to the ground and Tuesday' and Thursday
.GEM JEW LRY when Dungari' bent'over la "te.3:30: P!, m.-Bantam Football .
.\. ". TERWILLEGAR. : MOTORS Joanne Slade, daughter ,of M r. SEAT r.E
': ... :. trieve, it the dog suddenly bit him League practice (Torode Shell COVERSTailor
I :, RAWFOR BROTHERs and Mrs. T H. Made l of etarke.: about the The Product: ,and Terwillegar' Motors

1*. .Gult I Service. Station.STARKE 'HARDWARE' Bradford County.. .Hospital announces been Impounded race animal" ,has, MOIL, Wed, Fr{. I Made, Pure Leatherette 30.32

;fir/1: v_. .' .. ro' '. ,' the following- bjrths: : .for' investigation : 3:15 .and 4''p.mTrampalin: ) .. <-
.'SI 1 toes KOCH Mr: 'and Mrs.Albert;; ; L.- Batten by _the Bradford County: 'Health Classes meet in USO., 1 Pure Fiber 19.95 tiP ',. '

'>-!<)DRUG< "STORE STARKE BUILDERS Starke, a daughter. ',Brenda. Lee, Department;' "owned( by James All Makes & Models '.

'D" t Oct, .13. : Bell, manager of U>e:>anch. : Jaycees WinVolleyball Studio Couch & Chair -,$4.50 yard Material $79.00 ;
ENBIARK FURNITURE SUPPLYyC43IPANY .Mr. ,and Mrs. John G.' Sapp.Raiford ft. -- \
I I 'a sori.Vjohn. Wayne, Oct. Match CUSTOM MADE DRAPES-SLIP COVERS
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,t ::: U LOCAL FINANCE lIt; Conner ".
Supports' ..

" ,.LIAMS JEWELRY COMPANY Hampton Mr. and a'son'Oct18.OJIGE Mrs. Walter. Rhoden; : Presbyterian The Jaycees'team squeaked in the by last the D & J UPHOLSTERY SHOP ttJ lffil..E_, P.ftl .

I I.I i Demo Ticket game t'the match to take a win '418 -..

to'. hi:the,V leyban.L ague last week.The E. Call St. Phone WO 4-6221 Positively no one will be ad-

I score. Was 15-5." -. 1215.. ,and ,I mitted after the feature

} Rep! Doyle} .Conner, Florida 1513. q begins. Be sure, to purchase

: E Tfl FUEL OIL USERS Commissioner- ,off Agri ulture'-elect, : Jfoegel-s Auto.Sales forfeited to Four.ticket 'in time to see the

t has joined the- :Bradford County Camp ,Blanding'in'' .the*" ,' second Pyrofax GasClean feature at the beginning.
match of the ''
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,. .,< : cffidab and nominees who are Cartoon: Knight for a Day
: voting fort-,and the for. .tonight js as follows -
supporting f
ThiY: Notice applies only to those who have not paid their past Democratic team, .Kennedy and : Sunday, 'Oct. 23 I
Presbyterian
''due' fuel l oil aCco nfs. ,We know that Johnson for President." and Vice, .n'vs"Cauip Blanding Dependable '- Economical 'Features: 2:35, 4:44, 6:53
7:15
you want \to continue' receive President.. Jaycees r ys Noegel's. Auto 9:02: P.M.

,infcthe l _excellent service that you have been" used ,to in ,the past, 'In replying to a questionnaire Sales Schedule; 8 Jim:forThursday! Oct. Guaranteed 100 Lbs., Per Cylinder Programs: 2:15, 4:24, 6:33, {
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: buft' 'those of you who have not reaJled'out by The Telegraph, is: Noegela 8:42 P.M.
; paid your'past ,due account )by) Conner said he wOuld votefor and vs Presbyterian; Camp

Nov. .!l, 1960. your name ;will be turned in to a central office actively support the ticket. As Blanding vs Jaycees.St. .- 1 GOOD HONEST Monday Thru Wednesday

where list will be reason for'his support he said: Oct. 24, 25, & 26
a
compiled and furnished *
for future ,Mark
us reference. "The Democratic Party has always Episcopal Features: 3:00, 5:09, 7:18,
:. > .-; served the; best interest f'l' Ber. Bad e. 'Mae Jab T OUR GAS AS PEOPLE GAS SERVICE 9:27, P.M.

Your',cooperation in bringing your account up-to-date will- have .agreat Florida crats'recognized and the South.the South The by Demo Sunday Services-9:45 LID, t QUICKLY LEARN, Programs: 4:49, 658; 9:07
put.
', bearing on your being, able to obtain fuel-oil 1 on credit'dur ting a.;Southerner the ticket. Church Prayer School and;Bennoa.-11:00 m-nu Morning SURE MAKESINCINERATORS P_fl.

ing the coming; heating ,season., E.'BothConner-Johns -Sen. Charley Holy Comrounloa.:.Ftwt- Sun. BURN ADMISSION/ '

i ers appeared on the ,speak- flay 11:00 tjn.Third. Sunday, We AppreciateYour Adults ----__-____ 75C

: rally rostrnrnWith.Kennedy'at the ?:30 ajn. Children -___ __ 35C

p6n't.Del wing held Park In Tuesday Ja ksonvf1le'8 night.Conner's Hem- Practice Wednesday;' 7:45-7:00 pm, p.m.Litany. Caoli nn* Business i These thru prices Wednesday.include; Sun.

: y' .- Pay Today! ; reply brought the total Bible Study.,, :
to 17 out of 26 county Democratic t

officeholders, and, ; nominees who MADISON'STREET, BAPTIST THURS. & FRI. Oct. 27 & 28zIwAcaNri
said .they' would ;vote the party 8M Block' W. Hadboo .
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FUEL OIL DEALERS ticket AD 'majo= -
ASSOCIATION courthouse of- fiunlay School .9:45. Jim Law- REAL '
r. ficials replied in the affirmative. ron. Superintendent. 'a. t1Q We Carry A Complete
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to the
:',.:, < .: ':: '. IJ '. 'I. ty Commissioners questionnaire Harold are'Norman:.Count, .Training: Director.! tfnion6:45.: Jim Harden ._:,. -'U... Line of Appliances

.t' .\ Freeman Register T.C.; Hazen: Jr., : ;: Carl Prevatt inaunirieel.' H. A. Evfiaag; Worship :00. 1
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< x Bishop; Jr., Jtfrs Bessie Chastain '
GULF"OIL PRODUCTS ; :;
; : ; SLNCLAffi Wednesday. Prayer, Ueettaj,
.}" ', .. .- OIL, DISTRIBUTOR' i' and M.. CL: HarrelL! School Board '1:30.l i

f':; ". .I?.-G', A'uncan Jerome Johns: : Oil:.Cy-.: members and' .nominees;;' HA.. Jy- Mabryi 'JC t Pator. PHONE, r PHONE r fyyCartoon
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editorial 1'.t ; v \\iHJ 41-ll-J I! S.mi Ke;' .'Jullc.r.1111 vr bet >f e rata,

: "" Farmer's Diary I. The Circuit Court---:- Of The KUhth'Judicial I'uait, as required oy the Laws ofr }Iea Clothing 11I'' I'I'f
; i i.>i-.u? aiiu tae-! >'wriaa Kuies of ""I ALVAREZ' STOREAMBULANCE s 11\
r Cirrull Of Florida lei 1.I\'Il.p.f""t'uutt'. If you hut to duns Established 1894 \II
Aud Far Bradford fount}, lat'ka.rrrl. a accrcc : pro cuniesau will be'' f I, \
By ,Sani MeGarteTot t Catered against you fur Mi* relief '
YesVirginia X ,('a... \j. 1**-B**** oj outheHst u"tt..rIf Northwest .. 1 .
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> our farm is about completed. Charles A. Nielson a nails wife I uvmbydea in the cumpU.at ,
Anna t:. Melson Plaintiffs l ,. C, It is -hereiiy ordered that this ::
Is A Difference Feels like old times to be back'on; I A. Marks etA efendants.;. I Urirr ul Yuw'gBUIU-8nd Notice to SERVICEPHONE
Th r.e. the tractor again and working SI"IT'TO QC1ET TITLE I IVtendUaii !.%. published once each'veeh. '
I Order Of Public'aUonnd Notice \ fwtour t'on""cutlekli in. WO 4-2600 =
the land. To I\t-fend In The Name Of The I the *4ra4fo/d County Telegraph,, a !
Occasionally we hear someone say "I vote for the I I State Of "Florida To: I newspaper published in Bradford :
man instead of the party. What difference does it make? I'I C A. Mark,- and his wife. Allie (Vanty, Florida and having a gen- i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Spiders everywhere, -around-our M.; Harks: Ed 1"teirr'and his wife, I erateircukulon in said Cuunty.
the. parties are both about the 'same, anyway." place* now and you can't walk'I'1 1t I' if married: William H. Dowlinnud -. Witness my hand as Clerk of the DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
|I his wife, T> ra Dowlins! jf ajiive. 'Circuit Court of Bradford County, !;
Such contusion is understandable, of course because, 't. around without getting tangled }I and it sits'of the above named.persons Florida! and the sral of said Court'' Starke, Fla.,
as,someone has: remarked- very'four years the Republicans up in a web and then worrying i Iw dead, then his or her I,at Starke. Dradford County, FU>rit'
unknown heirs, devisees, da this ilth day of October I960. '.
start talking like Democrats, But after the votes are count- I A spell of weather without rain about getting bitten. However, we I j I I grantors, lienorscreditors legatees, sueUessors I (SEAL OF THE CIRCCIT COUnT) |I Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel 1 Chairs, Crutches
got it from an unexpected i i'I i In Interest Charles A. Darby ..
ed source] or other per- iClerk i .
they start like
acting Republicans again. was a blessing to a number of us ,,' ....ns olajmtngany -Interest In the Of The Circuit Court, '
Senator'' Kennedy the Democratic nominee" for 0 Presi- in the country who for one rea- j['I this week when Alice got a nastY hereinafter; desf-rHx-d property by, Bradford County, .Ic>rida.J
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bite-from, of all things a catef- through under' f\r : >tarh Uy Marian- I. Crosby
dent, rightly emphasized the importance of party tradition son or another do not have a ,,pillar. It was a ferocious-looking sii'i> deceased and 'all other persons Deputy: Clerk '
; allegiance, and belief in hia' able address at Jackson- j road to get in and out during wet claiming any Interest in the prot'ertr Tht-ron A. Yawn, Jr.
II 'affair, with horns on both ends, '" \ -dp"'ribPd 'by. P. O Drawer 7S1
ville's Hemming Park Tuesday night. While Kennedy proclaims !!weather. Brooklyn Lake isn't the and busy chewing on a leaf of a i.V--'tisrh. under-or"' against them or Starke, Florida
I!only that in this area that is fill-i! ,'Hhfr'IIf them/ arid a1| other t>i r- Attorney for Tlahitiffs I0f3 i MONEYWHEN
Jhe is a DEMOCRAT, 'and proud, of it-Vice President -j ed to over-flowing! |!!i castor bean plant, when. Alice pnn and legalentlti*" claiming :4t-11-3 '

-Nixon, describes himself as 'a progressive conservative j I i i touched. and got nipped. snv riRht. title- ".r, interest whatever .
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In <>r tnrf''' following lands CARD OF THANKS
or, a 'conservative progressive, or some other catch phrase j Our berry crop has 'gotten off I i,I .' Htiiite, )I.. Bradford. County; Florida We take, this means of expressing I! .
of,the moment, leaving his audiences to'figure out just what i Farmers still getting field tnwlri '
|to a good start, thanks to the *I corn .....< .ue *.>UtUlVSl lather ot our thanks 'and gratitude for
the,'heck. that is. ,Not yet has he had the nerve to proclaim I rains and enough sunshine to get in out of the field. Trouble is- it ', .A1C A....::i Al..,1 l/i OUUillHCOL, QUdtj -
the kindnesses shown us i
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that: he4s a REPUBLICAN; period because he knows, as do I|the plants growing. The forecast:!has taken a long time for the j'!I .luHuauip ;.tf bvtiiU. Manor L.ydy .11. during our recent 'bereavement. ,

most of his audience above! the age of 21, just ,what the'>is for above-normal temperatures ,corn to dry out in all the rain !' >uu- ...,...t ..."..g- llleot u.nlltl'U I The beautiful floral offeringsvere I YOU .
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has :;this month and we hope it won't 'we've had this fall. I Ii j'I t"'Ii': tae said Last hail Ofv c,' ,
Republican Party stood for in the past, stands for .wucLLxeat" uarler ol Aurinwesi.to appreciated very much- I -
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today, and will continue to stand for in the future. t I''.hold back the berries.. j i .5 1 It1u.ylrr, ol ine'**tast? edge 01 a ::!:u0jierrgnt !; Special thanks go to the Bradford j .. .
1 Mate
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jg an effort< to clarify and define the difference be.teooti1 i Pecansaeatmgi f iigaina136: :: May'-:'0. iUi. (rvVtuefi> ftiate: 'iiigfi-i j County Hospital staff of doctors I i NEED .. < '
{ j A good start has been made toward we saw some pear trees .sending I; x'3" -So. UI. u. distance .of ttvi.9 I Ilu and: :nurses and other personnel ;, '
fwp that the voter need base his '
parties so not. art a siiiSvT .ttitnct ... ''-
; ; run vortuedge .
"' solving he labor problemand out a new crop of..blossoms. But ed.. who were so thoughtful of us- ,
d : f teriy aloug ji"ht', ; t Of i
ctsip oit' r$0'RalUies alone the following -
we quote ,
ex- it looks now as though wewon't 'fall is in the air now, Virginia saw right t\I /tray ,of;*>ajd bigiiway !1 Mrs. ,;.Charles Hess and family. IT:1LONS :
t.'tipts' lain, "thumbnail' summary published'recently in1b' is | a distanceof 111111' fed to a Make: I
I have repetition of last sea- Creeper turning' bright. red i; ., .
} as the uinr, of %inning! whichucgTSnlnj
1. efnQ \ cDigest: son when produce went to wasteland and we. ean'lobk, soon for he I j I point of & i$' in 'the West Visit The Bradford I ,
< Qw : respect [ grower revenue :was cut] because change weather which will|!. the Xorthwest Quarter of Mid Section -

past abut with' hep" to the future, while the Republicans there wasn't the help. fori !bring the cold fronts, down our Tiiwnship and Mange, 'thencerun County Fair '

]laokItk'tat4renca to the 'past and with dismay to the i i picking. !necks. I thence Easterly run Northerly S6S.CS feet to to the a North point, I October 24 29 I TO $600

future. The difference is between the bold, imaginativeleadershFp'of i 1t, rage of said West Half of

the Democrats and the timid conservatism of We see a lot more spraying : Our friends,,-the birds are back Southeast (Quarter of =" 111"1
I Quarter/ a distance of 417.4 feet For Any Worthwhile Purpose
the Republican Party. ,. and dusting of crops now than : again and; this w&k we hit, tl1e a stake thence 'run Westerly ,
there used to be around here. In I;jackpot -when- Alice the North edge of ,said Vest Half ,
saw Jthe
:.. DefenseAnd' Peace: Instead of: meeting the challenge rare- Quarter to the right of way of I -
the short space of 10 years, we'veseen jly-seen pileated woodpecker. He's said state highway a distance of
of the. Soviets with the and i de- .
difficult possibly unpopular a change-over from the of"poisoning" d I la magnficient ,sight big as, a :::111.: feet, thence Southwesterly along I >. i i TAXES
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cision defense the the East edge 'of said Statehighway I ,
to spend more on ; Republicans '-
money done by a field hand icrow, with a !lamingred'top, a distance of 414.7 feetto I UNPAID BILLS

coined peace-and-prosperity slogans to lull America into a (|by: shaking a sack of insecticide], notch that makes, him loop like the point of l beginning, the land I I t MEDICAL EXPENSES .
herein conveyed being in th'o:!-t +, f I ,
false sense of security. For these challenges the Democrats lover a plant to the new four ort !a drum major of the bird world. Half of the Southeast Quarter of I i REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS '

offer a'realistic military preparedness program as a corner- t!six-row! tractor rigs which do 8'i o .i: the Northwest Quarter of the said : CASH PURCHASES '- ;
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stone for world peace, and a, defensive might" sufficient to ;better job and do it more economically Those !long-leaf!! pine seedlings t Section EXC.PTIXn'XD Township and KXOLri Range>l.O'.THERKFUOMthe ; 'I ETC, .

deter aggression. ,i too. take their time 'in growing don right of way i.fj I s j :
S t ( State load :?(l1/ conveyed: by iittrecorded - -: Economic Growth: Although the GOP promises economic they? We've been watering a couj in 1I"t"Cl..Rook' %S, at Page I .

growth, their policies have restricted it. Under the Moved our tractor from BillHaas's !i j pie near our' home, and .they. jlis'sit t ;l'ounlr.!17 puJ!lie 'records i.f Bradford II I j
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Democrats between 1947 and 1953, our economic growth place to our this week, ', and sit while the slash- ,-'"...grow easement Florida to Florida! a Power power and It t .p y.O Je SSa .. Prompt Service Witt
and met several other folks on like magic. Could be too wet fori Light l)>inpuny, appearing of record
averaged 4:6: per cent. In the Republican years it was downto tractors on Bayless Highway. I Miscellaneous: Rook 8, T'age /

2.4 per cenLThe Democratic aim is set on a five per centrate Passed Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs|I i them.' '5:. -./.1i .. .:39;.ISKEETlXUSr'<:; -pubikrecords You of and said-County each ..1 f 4di :

of annual growth without inflation the rate needed to who were riding their machine, I you are hereby notified that a suit Money Problems
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We're trying to keep oyf\ big in tenuity{ has been, brought against Tt '
l employment ,
keep high and
provide moneyfor expanding with Mrs. Dobbs riding in the "
mouth shut'about politics'but ie ><>u and each IIC-you as- t
public services that only I the government can provide. i "rumble" seat. l Ioy Charles A. Xielson! and hii di din .. 1,
couldn't
.
i help but get a kick out wife, Anna -'XieTson, ', : \' 1 I" rf 'I
Medical :Care: To qualify for medical care for. the age d of what former President Harry in 'the. aliffv'entitled: : Court an I I STOP IN OR CALL

under:the Republican plan,. the older citizen must sacrificehis I Late in getting around to it, Truman said about the farmers. cause saidsuit: and is that to remo'lold8 the relief sought from i '

dignity and receive a charity handout administered with i but we're going to mow and cleanup \\As you remember he said that and to.nuiet: and'nfirm the plain I .1
our place for it looks now as :ItUfl'',.tltlt' to the abLl\''' described It I xd
e
out central control standards. The Democrats offer any farmer who p
or a com voted Republicanought Ilnda an Indefeasible fee simple a < Y:
prehensive plan, financed ,through. 'Social Security, providing though the new highway in front to go broke! } title theretoagainst tlw.cjalms\ of II t t
and 8ch--of and
.vim you: yon arehereby 's
proper medical care with dignity. j summoned.' order"d. and reniired ire e TOWN FINANCE C

Housing: The' Republican platform refers to "deep has In%both' instances The Telegraph. ten:,defenses'tA' file\ to 1 our'. the ansv"f'r romiilaiTit or writ i in I :**%
only ,
quoted what it.
seated problems" in housing as a barrier to providing adeqiiate -: ) has been Slid cause in the office! of th.. fin1rsigned -a sea \

\ housing for the 22 million Americans now living i in ;< told.The condition !I (/'.tlrl. at Stark,f Jerk' Bradford nf tha f'Cirrni.tinty it I e 144 W. CALL ST.

slums and for restoration .of cities through urban of the road was Finridq on rfr ,bfnr,' th'. f!fh flay
,
our re .010' not discussed 'with Mr. Ellington of X'r-m.>*... H"ftrt. and to WVP t Ph WO 4.9091 '"' 'o Starke BILL
ne\'at-The obstacle Tst1w, Republican Party itself.\ Major\ as he states. It was, discussed rnpy.th-r,."f nn ""'hPrnn A. Yawn: SEEPAGE 9

housing legislation -was passed twice by the Congress and however, with five of Mr. Ellin**, .u 11'.i., nialntiffs 3t.u&>*.._* ttOcne.y..L'.H : whose ad- ..! .w.4 4..1 *\/ I' ... -

vetoed twice by the Administration. The high interest policyof I I. MORE ABOUT MUIl110LB: ton's neighbors, as 'well as C. H. I .

the Administration, \yhile nice for the bankers, has made Oct 13. 1960 Nasworthy", property owner in

private home building more difficult and foreclosures *, To the citizens of Bradford; the area and. County Road Fore-

have increased an amazing 145 per cent during the past !County County Officals, Board' man R: E.. Jones: A personal call

eight years: The Democrats support( housing construction f J of Bradford County .Commissioners :was made at Mr. Ellington's home .,
County employees, and County -; for the of
purpose interviewing
program of more than two million homes year-a program j '
road foreman: him. but he was out'ot to.\l1.at'\ t !4r
geared primarily to low and middle income families. j NEW
I would like to take this opportunity : the time: ,.f';Jla :
Agriculture: Total costs and, losses on farm price support to clear up a big mis- >

programs under the Republican Administration have amounted take that was printed in the The' tliruil
in seven years to seven times''more than for the 20 years Bradford County Telegraph dated I dUll rfuuiruu: Fur iirruit biaaiord'Ciiaailt'Uf: Fivrida' lit ] F

under Presidents Roosevelt :;and Truman, In spite of this expenditure -I[October 13. 1960 in the article I luJ t'.lIltcn,' : xS

more than 900,000 farm units were liquidated to "Mud Hole Madness." I noted that I I i uicsj: Plaintiff Q

decrease the surplus but the surplus continued to in-:: :my, name 'was mentioned several;i! vs. Hex.. s. tSoitCfe'fttodant.; *'" o-i
Mmct:: OF
crease. The Democrats pledge a policy to raise farm prices I{ times and was really astonished I II I I' InThe .Vauie OX TbeState SUIT O( 1
.
j'as I had not discussed the road Florida: : (I...
and income to parity levels; to use surplus food at home to"I .
_
lu: l;ex S. JJuleS- whose r
II 1
!
situation with especially residence I IJ fat
i benefit the nutrition of all' needy Americans; to reserve a I,I anyone iti unknown' : :
i Mr: Matthews at the Bradford You: are hereby notified that-a
f.90.d supply! far the hazards'of modern war; and,,to establisha 1(County Telegraph;: The .Bradford. sun in. equity in which' the

long-range' plan for low income farms credit* research, II j l County Telegraph or no one else I I tiled rclitf: aaraiuat auughi you is divorce l>y Jacqulyn has beep'A.: WIRELESS

/ and rural' industries. I I had, authority to use my name' In I nianda' tidltij in theabove named,

*r"'Smal lt Business: Fpr nearly eight years the GOP has !{this article. The person or people !f Court mOl1n: !.and ordered, cause and, and required you.are to sum file, '

extolled(tth; e merits of the ''free enterprise system and the i, who discussed this with the your written answer 'or defenses:'taI t i
I[ the cumplaint in !said" cause in the 1 n:
virtues rugged individualism, but they have consistently Bradford County Telegraph 'office of the' undersigned Clerk' 'of 1

failed'Hp'" practice i what they preach. They have made a should have used their own name|I said Court af starke Florida on
before the
12th .
lor day .Vovembec.
:
mockery $nhef free enterprise system by stifling small busiuess'itllbigh and not mine. Furthermore, Ij! 1S60. and to verve a coyy thereof
I have never known the road that Ion Hollis "'. Knight, plaintiffs attorney -
"i-interest'rates
and legislating in favor of the '
( | whose address! .i U P, 0. Box
( house to be called
monopolistic'Interests of big business. Small ''business fail-] runs by my i S42, Clarke .Florida on or before
"Ellington Road" It never has aid .
date as required.'by the Laws
S uralnertase by 94.3 per cent in the GOP years. The num1er"bf I'I had a name that I know of. I of Florida and Rules of Court...,l(
;businesses you tailso to "do a 'decree pro MORE 'I
: existence increased 3.6 cent
by only per I Also the article stated that, I';confess) will be entered against 4 ,- r
a in'lhe fi irgt- sis }-eats. TJ>day only one in two new small busi II I tore up my jeep pulling helpless I c you umpiaint.y for the. relief demanded In the* FEATURESi i 1

nesseshas a chance} surviving; for more than two years. I(t I drivers from the washout. Ai This notice shall be publishedonce dollar than i '

I Democratic platform promises a fair share of the prosperity jeep was used one' time for this a week for four consecutive per ,
:;
weeks in Bradford County' Telegraph other TV!
; to small businessmen'' and to provide the allimportantcredit purpose so you can see that it is commencing October II, any

and equity capital at reasonable rates. still in good condition. The car l 11' O. '", t tI rig set tuti mance, i 1 1i
II
VYITXKS.S my hand and,Jbe seal! fa campad, veruiiltf
N truat Resources: While} the Republican platform that was pulled out by n$ jeep I of said C'vitrt{ ".t'. Starke.: FtorldI .' rl1at0AliUL
this,Ovtqbtr I had fell in the hole and drownedout
a promised a program of Federal assistance in the .develop I (8E.-\L. ) __ .. 11itblfl
ment of natural resources, 'the present Administration was and was not stuck. Ctiaries A. Darby Drat perfects pidun f
The reason this is being printed -I 1V50 Can i second '(0 U
adhering to its "no new starts" policy which stifled OM GIVES a 4r
proper
r f
is to clear myself of this arti- CrjrsUl Cntode Tuna i COWSRUCtt
e development of these very same: resources. And furthermore, cle that was printed.. I am at a lOss "*" most uasitnt u -

the giveaways of natural resources to the big corporate in- to know who gave the Bradford, -- to nr ,r trvr 0

: terests continued unchecked)!' The Democrats promise a re- County Telegraph authority Sate feud Sntata l

tu/n' to the great policies, that built TV J\ and.G"an4.oulee ua.
: and put electricity on the American farm. : occasion arises that my name 4t*ert
Jobs And Wages: The country has had two recessions' must appear in the BradfoCounty rd PARS 1 ? .

: under the Republican Administration one in 1953-54 fahd Telegraph! I will trien act assa It No iN S APSf a

: *' gire/V< ?. Miithjeiv{ permission j .. Q CW. St t
one during 1957-60. In between'there was the worst peace?l --- "" *. i I I SER1(1( E. H. s..
personally.A .T ahht first Tsar i 0
z
I time inflation in the natioq'f history. Five per cent of theworking r .
'' Bradford QUItYj'C1 ize.A. Kw tqun wwtacnR '
i
force has been t
uriemplo"ed'almost steadily since ; .
w
Burke Ellinton. lfC diuttrf, i .wsq.
I :1954, and 142 communities in 29 states had more than six; ,I, ,,-" ".r .k riaaldt s-

percent unemployed. In several major cities almost one ijii ,
li -
'
The Telegraph] regrets .that Mr.
e ten were looking for a.job. Vet, when the Democrats offered !I "
.
Ellington:: obec9'to.th; use of his ';".'" :
aid bills for depressed area they were vetoed by the Ad- .name in an article that was F 1 -. ';

: ministration. [printed ',In 'a'n' effort 'fd oall atention .. I r.' A Aaltltco

a Civil Rights: The platform of the two parties on this I t to 'deplorable drainage e.

issue are practically the same, but the Republican plank is !problem that we". thought Mr"I 3711-It h

more' objectionable to the South- because it seeks to dp i Ellington as ''ell_ aa his t neigh- f 40 --- P IlCO ',

away" with, the Senate filibuster. The filibuster, of course ;'bo"rs. were interested" in having 1

is the only thing that has saved the South', from oppressive [corrected: I -No, Hani'-you can wv it iJ
The reference to tue road in I with a l loss from : ; .
i .
legislation for -
If the WORLD'S
many'ears. Republicans take it away, {question Ellington'Road[ ; was i I T FINEST KRfOftM&fCE> } '
as
as their platform'suggests, the South be in for iI ..jjf ', :
its t
a may incidental ah was j LOCAL FJXA.'tC COl: .
i purey} << done ; f.nv f.
.
a most' tragic era since Reconstruction; days 'by' The Telegraph accordance -, PH I LCc AMERICA'S 1, OnIy'Phiko>Saa i.C Bpacti9 Td Now ,. .

"These are; just a few of the basic differences between with the common practice o 1' It would 'take us quite some time ++ro"# PORTABLE l
the two; parties! now presenting their candidates to outline all the advantages .oil 1 .. :.Toning, -in-'at.the fidoq.-Just, G :
to the 'calling a road by the name ofsome : i With new quare ftoacij a button on p&hn-cize control ..
Anierfgair voters.They should be enough, however, to satisfy I prominent person or long- our business policy but in a few i i.. screen. it' lightest unit to turn set! on,or oS,cage cfcaa-j r' .. f

: the conscientious, voter: whd would like to base his vote '
issiles and pnnclples. 'rather than mere personalities.TH5 ti 1C }p ordaiary conversation therojid'in reliable loans at modest rater ., Ql1'Y.of!1jXrt4! in toning Utmost cos- .

.
to----- .- .. ,_., ". ,'question is. usually deeridas Pitco Tenlence! Trie-: t-'' 'f' .
l* 1fie road that goes by ulLeq a3t0 ,rand o tion.- '. c. .

: :. BRADFORD, BOUNTY TELE 1j Burke "EjUjTifJon's place." whether extra. *- ,

... .J. ,&tr."':iSlington: approves of this .

: w EST. 1171 : idesispation, i or not. Low Monthly/ Payments \
Tlje statement that Mr. EUingiton -
.. !
FLORIDA OLI F.41' w1arR>..,,' IR,,.. : hi ".bout worn out his : ,

'I'ER PfTBMKHEDCXt ro"nxbnil t tie, >p%' pulling people out of thehofe1 t f ,, c.H.H.
SUPP-D
Ee.. T'..,. BM Eateretf fK THE..t.rlrc>rr.:.Y 4 >rtaE.4 flan it.;tt.e 4hUdt4 neighbors.} w "f'Hnade by one of his t t ito If f l : NORM$ GEN AL' s:T'; '
s Mr. Ellm: ton himself l
:ili.: Tli.4dilu.t.ttu,.. iota. e.1r Aft .t'llar.1; 111'
i says his jeep has' been used;:
I i pull only one car out of the hole:1 310 E. CALL STREET STARKE, FLORIDAc

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vvv.vvatvs.ar.v..v+F. brought a note of enthusiasm I]held nightly before the preaching :;starting at' 5 p. nuand lasting;''I['cent 11 41.esS.. 1 I Court Ariz.; one son, Carl Vanzant, C. VfUSams a & atfof.jll ; mat

BALDWIN which is a far cry from the 12, services, whkh will begin at 7:45 j,:until everything ;Is:sold\bUt. Plan 'I Mrs. Sonny Griffin .ent rtaln- County. Lawtey; two brothers Elton Davis -} b: ir. t-j: el4.rh ceaetsry.

to 15 who played on the Baldwin|j jPm.Melba I now to attend and help your; I ed at her'home on Friday, Oct .7,! r otTexas- and Henry Davis, Atlanta under the dir+ tiMi of, fceWitl. Ci
team several years ago. The entIre Sue and Wade I with Just Routine '
.j Greene, school. .a birthday party honoring: Ga.; four sisters, Mrs. Ruby Jones Funeral Ilor.te. .
By. Mr+ C. B..Nolan town has caught fire along j'Jrv spent last weekend .at their 'I,Baby Meyer her daughter, Patricia, on her 6th I I Riley, burs. Willie Mae Foreman ;

i with the players and the coaches home here returning Sunday to I[ Mr. and" Mrs. Joseph Meyer'' announce kirthday.: Fourteen" of Patricia's/i/ Just eight routine cases were and Mrs. Viola Teston all of j i I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS i.'
.&&. &"..' &,uAtuAe .taAAu and with the exceptional crowdsat their studies at Florida State of a" ytrang friends attended and helped Savannah, Ga, and | ." ''
the arrival .baby -i, brought, before County Judge T. Mrs. Sallie ,: CHURCH _,
Baldwin ys. Taylor this year's games have really University in Tallahassee..Friends daughter born, Thursday, bet 13, play games and. eat'., birthday i{ A.Yawn, Wednesday in the OctoI i j Michael of Clover, S. C. i Sundty< School, it a. nllfoaa3, ;
,Baldwin High ouUcored Taylor i been a boost to athletics In this of Melba Sue will be proud; to j in the Jacksonville Naval' hospital cake with her. Mrs; Griffin was i I I tier term of County Court. i I j i it Funeral services were held in ; mx. Worship, It a. m; Evange-

.t High of Pierson last Friday night j Jj community. We are now beginning :know that she has; -been- ,,pledge j The young lady has 'been assisted in entertaining Mrs.1 Lloyd C. Padgett worthless the' Buford Grove Baptist Church lisfcic services. 7:30 9. m*

. en the Indians' home field bya, to.worl on a permanent !1 by the Gamma Phi Beta sorority, named t Joy Darlene. Mrs Meyer Oscar Wilkinson. I check found guilty and sentenced ';j at 3 pan. Wednesday with Rev. T. "Come, let us reason together. :

score of 40-13,. This Is. the most I 1 I concession field stand, for the football Mr. and Mrs, F,. W. Brewer will be remembered as the former Mrs. Bob Nolan,. Mrs. Erik Pre- to $20 fine and restitution or 60 \\-m r
I i i from
, points Scored by an.Indian aggregation I: and donations which were called .to Atlanta last week < Edith CopelanA vatt and Misses Cowart and jdyj! in jail. j I

in many years. The entire .i we are receiving now should by the death of Lr. ,Bre er's Mrs Sarah Crews returned Sat- Qorothy Rhoden of Seville visited \I J, ,B. Baas wilful and wanton '
be I i
able
to
completely pay for it. ,brother, S. P. wereaccompanied INTROOUCINGWORLD'S FINEST
squad played an exceptional game I I Brewer They j urday from the Lake Butler hos- with Mrs. Hattie Nolan: last FMday 'i' reckless driving found guilty and ,
t I
The
with reserves taking the brunt ,. attitude here is that by helping by their son and i( pital where she had been a patient ).ennxite to Baldwin to the I i st&teoced to $100 fine or 30 days jI j jI
of the attack In our school athletic program, daughter-1n- wfi Mr.. and. ..Mrs. | BaldwinTaylorfootball PERFORMING PORTABLE
the last half. for several days. We wish her game. I in.jail., .
1 I we are in turn helping our kids, Frank Brewer of ', I
Jacksonville. I-H
Club
Scoring touchdowns for Baldwin!(: I a speedy recovery. Organized Clyde Manning, profane and in: ,
;.which helps the entire school Funeral services were held Wed- j On Tuesday, Oct. 11, Mrs. Nellie I
1 were big Earl Brooks with two, I : Mrs.. D. J. Parrish entertained I decent language found guilty and'
and i
community and in turn is a j I
Billy Nolan Vernon Harris Bob nesday. I. ;: Mills Duval County Home Demonstration sentenced to fine 10
J !' at her home Friday. Oct.. $15 or days
: on ,,7
personal ail to the parents. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brewer and :
Kasson Agent and Mrs.
and the final one was with a birthday Sibyl f n Jail, .
party honoring t
Hentecominr
SundayAtFlrst son of Atlanta
brought theirfather
on a blocked Magnus her assistant helped to
punt by intoxi&tion
f Harry her Clyde Manning voluntary -
David.
i son en his .8th birthday -
Baptist F W. Brewer, home organize r
Pouydou which'was recovered 1rthe last Games were a 4-li Club at the Max- found guilty and
This Sunday, Oct.. 23, Is Saturday night and returned toj.i played and then ville School. I
end zone by Willie Nobles. Homecoming i deliciousbirthday cake servedto Officers elected for sentenced to $25 fine or 10 days
i Probably the most senational'i'; Day at the First Baptist,I Atlanta on Sunday a nice crowd was the year are as follows: Marlene inJaiL, ,
of
play of the night was a 75 yard 1 t Church. Dinner will be held on,[ Mr., and Mrs. Mose. Clark andI youngsters Padgett, president; Jeanetter HarriS : Ollie .Mae Cummings, profane

! run by wing tack Earl.Brooks on :I Ia the grounds at noon. There will I'i Mr. and Mrs. tanley> Clark .drove j i We are glad that Mrs. Edna -,. vice pres.; Clara Mae Harris, ,I and indecent language, found )
be special singing at 2 .Ira Livingston, Ala. last ,,for! Greene is getting along nicely Sec. Bell
reverse which, saw outstanding p. m..followed I Friday ; ; Joyce reporter; Joan j guilty and tined $25 plus $24 court
after
by a from Rev. the Homecoming of the Livingston / surgery in St. Vincent's Hos- Bet, leader :
blocking and timing as well as ; message song ; and Barbara 1 costs or sentenced to 60 days in
great Individual effort on Brook'part. i jFewox! former pastor of the I State College, where,their' pital last Friday. Brown! recreational l leader., Wewish jaiL .
I schurch.I On Sunday night the i son. Gene, is. a student He is';' Glad to hew that Mrs. Myrtle I I these girls much success ,in I j Loniie. Edward Smith, .driving
This ; Norman College Choir'of Georgia now acting asa student teacher : Preston has Improved: from a 1'eHome-.heir: undertaking. I
week I.
v the Indians while intoxicate,. $250 fine or 90
en- will sing. The public Is invited to and will finish school, ,in March. ...,.,
i I counter a slrong:; St. Joseph's' They returned days in jail. License revoked for
home
attend these services. Sunday.
r
Academy eleven, which at this Ai 12 months,
night.
Revival Starts Soon DemonstrationNotes
point is .
undefeated Jessie
and only tied' Barton! trespassing,
Mrs
1 and Mrs. Mose Clark spent
by Hastings. At First Baptist
:1 I found guilty and sentenced to $100
Monday in Palatka..
, .We feel that Baldwin is !i Beginning Monday night, Oct. 1Ts f jie or 60 days in JaiL
steadI I Mr. and: Mrs. C. B. Nolan and I ? .
I growing and with the turnout 23. and continuing through October I sons had as their guests ,Sunday1 by'DOROTHY'' Homer Vannoy profane and indecent Mp ;r'

t, for football this year has'! ;. 31st a revival will be held'..Mrs W. A. Cannon of Palatk I ROSS language. found not guiltyby
I at the First Baptist Church. I' %
Rev. jury.
-.-.-- Mrs. G. M. Beach of Hastings a4 Home Demonstration
!Herbert West of Dothari, Ala. is Agent
-'OTIC'I j Jiand I i Mr. and Mrs.,Kin Kinnemari "
Trt I I
fey anr'.one wjicni o hr than mse1tl aw". !the evangelist and Wayne John[ !j and daughter of Miami. ; Halloween Treats j hotels. It ts-.the highest pricedI !I County Officials
of Jacksonville is the This Is the
music
not son season for different
rs;>o5 lble for i muslin.
.
j Halloween
4 delve plans
any mad! are being | I :
A. Sumfierljn- director. Song services will be refreshments at In Library Program
i parties or just
/iv
for i Combed
<; { made for the carnival at Baldwin'I percale has not less .
._ I I fee the family as they are at!than 180
School, threads
'
> but the date will not be to each.square Bradford I
I decided i home in the evenings. It is nice Inch. It is light County Representativeelect ; -
until the PTA extremely durable
meets -
I A. J. Thomas, Jr. and Dr.
to have something I ,
. Thursday night. Oct. 20. so look,, ; on hand for | and. extra smooth. x
, '! Florence Jennings
guests who drop Here county juvenile
; over. is !
!
: a
for the posters for the ; The finest
date and; ] quality percale has ,
.suggestiOn especially nice for the counselor, will take part on
plan to attend and support 4 hot less
help than.200! threads to each : the
at
younger set. LPopcwn program a regional library
your school ,LoUypeps; Or Balk .j(square inch.-- This is the finest I meeting will be held at 10 a. In. SUM! !
t r CARD OF THANKS I' (most luxurious g
O '-lial! cup popcorn [unpoppedJ percale'of all Monday Oct. 31, at Stetson. University TRIM CLASSIC STYLING ;.t
I wish too thank combed
I( It
my many one-half yarns. has ,8, light; 'In' Deland.
friends and relatives for the kind- teaspoon .salttwo, fine t
] soft texture, and
beautiful
cups shelled peanuts, 1 table I Thomas will be a member of a THE PATIO MATE-MODEL F.22ULSepia i
nesses shown me. the flowers,\spoon; butter or, oleo, 1, cup {i appearance., It is the higherI panel discussing important library Brown colored cabinet. 19" $ ; 9
cards and visits while I wasa ,lasses one-half Jno-.j I priced percale.. issues of today while Dr. Jen- overall diag picture weas..17S tq. 249 r
cup sugar. [ ; .
patient in St. Vincent's Hospital. 'in. rectanfular .r picture area. up
will
Wings discussion
Pop corn and remove any un- lead a of
: I very deeply appreciate, everything ;popped kernels salt. Make a syrup the film","Book!! for All. .. .,

.: ... : ,The ,City of Starke will return to that-Mrs.you Harrell did for Bennett.me. of oleo, molasses and ,sugar,!'ass The meeting will be attended by I PRESS A BUTTON( TO TUNE TV S '"
Stir to dissolve sugar and' boil i library board members librarians, ,

,. .:. first of the month billing for all ............tT.s.lrTtft. .. without stirring too hard, crack'I" governmental,citizens official and prominent ,WITH FROM"SILENT YOUR ,EASY SOUND"CHAIR. .:.' ;> '

I !stage [1290 degrees F.) Mix pea- in the area. t. '
/ I nuts with popped com'aI d pourj' e.III ., Turn TV on, off-adjust volume, ..
light and water consumers startingNov.l .. IYIAXVILLE'By .1 syrup slowly over them. Stir to';' Mrs. Bray Dies change channels: No wires or cords- ,

.. ; I. coat evenly. Butter hands and ; i nothing between you *&4 tie.set but ,;.
." I960. Mr. C. B. Nolan Soil Conservation After Illness space. '
shape into balls or ']lolly pops as ::: I : i
soon as coot
'- enough .to- handle.I i
& & & & INAAA:AAiMr. i burs Annie Davis
i NEWSBy J Bray 55, died
\ ,Insert sticks Into loflypops. Place Jt GENUINE HANDCRAFTED ?
>
.. ., ".* i \ ? and Mrs, Jack Waters and on greased\ surface to dry. : \ Monday at her home In Lawtey
i' : For.; this.reason you may be billed for slight- !family of Jacksonville spent last '
y **J '" > i'r v I Sod' Conservation Ser I t July 6. 1905 in Nassau County.Surviving .' No production shortcuts! AU ;
i'f lyre 'than a month Saturday with Mrs. Dorothy For a very: special pai'tf: try He* i f
or slightly Jess than : are chassis connections are hand- ,
.' her father, Perry
Waters
'
1 and family. using p. tray of,glazed"fruit, nuts, I
', N. .:' >a:'month on your next billing.. This is neces- S Mr. and Mrs. Millard' '.Strick-i and y e&Jw''cheese' Cut into bite!' '.Several.. folks" 'have "asked" .'abouthe t'' Davis; of Lat+,teyti three daughters, wired, hand soldered for greater .:-
: operating dependability-fewer
'" .. land and daughter-.spent from' sizes 'and stuck vii toothy lS. 1 District's .grain '' 'drill for.-.Mrs.--.Myrtle S.mith of'S l adS.. Mrs.. {
'
service headaches.
"
I'-
e :" :. 'sarX m order to get everyone back oft a Monday until Thursday of fast I with, tots .of" teaming coffee1. : 1 planting winder cover icrops :"and:( Lois Smititt..ofWaycross Ga., and I

'.' first j : of.the month billing b sis. week in Griffin, 'Ga.. at the' General ,Recipe:' Use*..pecan, and walnut 1 pasture,,. ;The District's 'grain drill: -Mrs.:-,*.Hazel* l '.Beard- of. -Phoenix.*. ,._ !i i iIT ZENITH QUALITY FEATURES .t

." Association for the. Holiness j halve: canned..pineapple, chunks,has beep rebuilt: ;anti .in good I Big 19' picture screen New Zenith ,. + .
., Churches They were delegate'and well 'drained; maraschino /;sherries -"I working" order!: P1\1; TO : j Target Turret Tuner- Full power trans i" '."... '1'
,
,
former
Dipole antenna Removable t.
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,'L.. ... mission workers from the Max- ; well"draJ 1ed'; pitted .dates.,; Cat son'Ociffis. haS'a liompietesoil Trade with SLADE'i $ "Easy Service"Plate. PuU push on/off I ; :. .;
55 Since all. meters will be read at the" same'tnw ville Congregational Holiness and; small seedless fresh green! : and water conservation farm control Removable picture glass ..' ..i
Sound Out j.
Front Speaker Sw ahine .
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Church. I Jt
.' grapes. 1 plan prepared for his farm. carson Picture Tub. _
.. .October. your next utilities bill maya Mrs. Lou Powers has returned Syrup: Use '4 .cups sugar, one '1: ? Is i using Pensacola: Bahia foa I 1. : 'L"'

'' from a visit with her brother .half teaspoon':cream, of.,tartar, i i his' permanentpastWe. 'grain.ensacols. i Bottled Gas .. I I f i .4

toe little more or a little less than, usual, Mack Norman In Lake City. cyps aster,,1 Tio-thirds .cup .lightcom'syrup.Bring Bahia grass is.t. e 1: (dn' City) .' :". : ...t ry f',

.depending on what part of tEe month year John.Waters and Richard Norman ; to a' rapid boil 1 leading pasture erase -iii ttyis!} ,j; :,
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enjoyed a' deep sea fishing and cools without stirring 'until'It; !l are :'il is 'necessary, use. a .
:.. -: '.!last."'reading' was taken. I trip out from Mayport last Sat- reaches 29fl[degrees F. on'a "candy system of .i ta /grazing to pre I $ : f
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.r' I' urday. therhVpmeter/ Hard crack :stage). vent, over-grazing, of the pasture.'
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-' j, Mr. and Mrs.;: Lacey' Brown Dip pot into'sink'of cold.water.tost Severaloiks "used the District's 1 WINKLER I ELECTRIC SERVICE

,!. We, ask for your understanding and patience 'and family,. Bonnie Padgett AT boiling find then place. I bu r tp .fertilize No Gas Cdst, LessThan .

..' E ene and Helen Sweat Jackie hot water: to :jfeep. syrup fro ruathelr"pastures: J. S. JEUnke'jused "Slade Gas" 234 N. Temple Ave. StarkeFla

Curing; this period ,of change-over and as- .I'Joyner Nathan Cannon and Alvin hardening. as'9011,dip the spreader to put, out clover .. i.

."snret'you{ that will not I,Padgett attended a birthday? party Stick round tooth picks.Into fertilize. Dennis Smith fertilized -,,
7.\ you pay any more or for Carl Norman at his home in nuts and' fruit Dip In! hot smii>. his'Pensacola l Bahia gr'ass..James!

.any less I than you should !in the long run Highland last week.A Lay on surface;and remove ptct.\\Spina put out a_ KMO-10 .ferti

:. : surprise birthday party for Dip,."small clusters 18-10 kr lizer .00: .his:; Pensacola ,Bahia '" (fhf.!

....... '. Miss Mary Copeland was held at on, each with a fork'or'wire!pasture .
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.t the home of Mrs. Bootsie Cannon whisk. Place.on 'a cold ti'surface. Bill Reddish used the District'srttoeycte I ISAVE .
). :.t ''- S last week,. About '20 guests were to. dry.. While, drying, cut cheese mower to-control the I t ,; __ :, "
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: : 'f-, .." *: present. The young' folks enjoyedgames f into,onetricia.elites'and place o nl weeds .on his newly planted pasI c>, .,: T8ME@ SAVE STEPSe. r It

S --, .... .' ... and were served refresh tooth picks..Arrange on 'an attractive I ture.yincent Smith also had hisgipastures ''. ,'

'- ments. tray .or large !I 1owfd. It Is late to ooh '. ,. -.. .." ,. .
":,: : UTILITIES We are sOT1'to learn that Mrs plate. 'Let guests serve them: :!trot weeds, but it will pay to get : : : '
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; DEPARTMENT Ruby Durrance has been a patient selves. j the 'heavy cover off the 'pasture 4" .: {. .-Y ; :t
Contest that ....' .. : '. '! .
in a Jacksonville hospital judging so the graSs can. get some \ '
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suffering from the bite of a Black The 4-H girlg ih the county\light to grow. J1i' '- ", tI. .

Widow Spider Surely hope she Is have started studying for the 'The other day I. was out dis- !: ; .;' '1 I ;....::

City of Starke feeling much better by now.Halloween Home Judging Contest to be held'at I cussing pasture work .with IA >' :;: ', /:: -"I ; .. '
Carnival the North Florida Fair .: 1 ,'r '
Satur.jWynn.I He has some fine pastures -. .". t! 'i .-l.. .
The Manville PTA will sponsora .day, 'Oct. 29, In Tallahassee j ion his farm. He remarked thatbYclmnglng -, ;" 0 ''1'1t ,4'- <" ':!," '., I
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,'. Halloween Carnival at the There will be two team of girls.I : his cattle around he : ; .', '-,..:" -1'.

.- ".. '. school Tuesday night, Oct. 2 5, The Carolyn senior team, is composed of is._able to: control the grazing .-; 2 'c-. ,
.Chilson. Cheryl' SheaThelma lp V. which< makes the pastures better. .. .
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knight, and Linda Cox.! Everytime we discuss woodland '.f .. .. : J..,
>t' t GIrls on the .Junior team a11 i conservation practices, the sitll :'". ", -. .- .
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Kathy Jones, Karen Lee, Kat jTiject bf.gum farmirig ..coines.ap. : : S : '" ', ". ,'..
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We Give S&H Green and Margaret Ann .ho -.poh.Champoa. farm ,Forest. *, 0" .Yl i .' ; .
Stomps elt said that.this Is the ; .
time to start ; :.., 3': .f .
't'iV2/ Classes. they will judge will be i; t planning 'your Naval, Stores Con: :: 00&. f ,_ _

On Kerosene and Fuel Oil ;:f !pressed poultry, beef cuts, fabric I servation. Program. The price:::Elf -

selection: room arrangement,.and i iselecton gum.,Is high and with the new .

of freezing packaging I system of' working, the trees you : '. .
materials., I will get .double!. value, out .of. yom : :

Call The FuelNo. Oil Bed'In.Linens-connection with the program i!woodlands.- ; 4 T ; : .,.. B : ,

on. bedding held recently In .the--j : -, tf
r Employment Service ,: (74 .: ; ;
Home Demonstration Clubs,;rl f ?',
numbers learned -how to' choose j Representatives Speak L:L L: ..:. !T' ,0., .i, :

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'The two; basic types of ghee sand : Rotary Club

S pillow cases' are, muslin fcndi 1 i
percale: Muslin bed linensOVen' ,'ar e}! Ralph Prescott and :Webb wil- v ";" .' ,, ,- i
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heavy which feel
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erosene or Oil Heatin.g jlave'.a coarse Percale, are looserlower is woven heavier of in.thread'finer wefght coon;Vie.and jfrrograiu.'tI |!)i! ,Employinent j Club Gainesvillespoke Wednesday to: '- ,Service, explaining at..Wr)to office Rotary:the i In :; .'Mk BY MAlt! ::' ::: ,. i


regard bringing .
{feds. soft, lighter in weight. ;! r ; .
I the los 'Weave means a ,higher> amlgraaflabartnto]!; Bradford Coun. ,. ".. ...
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: ily; to assist with- haryest&ig -: | reemolmg -- .. \
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THE 1960-61 WINTER SEASON I !strawberries and other I ... ,. .' J ,
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Irf, selecting your bed Enens itis crops. ( '
TAil ...wen,to consider the.grade that t They assured Rotarians that $fop, in, write, or 'phone. --". -,

tool, WILL IE CHECKED RED( .. RLY 1&:best. suited for your parficalariuse. 1{adequate tor the county tabor it could't: suitable: > obtained housing.: j ;. ..- i

',' .i AND FILLED AS NEEDED) t 'Light weight muslin is in e1a i i .hrade available here i ii

The,spe8 kent"were.in.-.a by,,
low i
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CAU.13S TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION I[not less than-112 threads:tosquare e&chl][r Robert Mclntire, .who had charger I

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3 JEROME JOHNS OIL co.r. ;big. the household- low price,sen1c't and is for iii1lted n-t tRuialUrlian;: nounced President that IL the A. Bishop-Jr.club's- annual--an, FLORI, DA i

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'Heavy worm
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each. square inch It it the longest WedaesdaT- at J2U5: and ,stated f :ri r Lh ) iILi1
i PhoneYO 4-9711 743' South Walrtat St. ; ''wearing 'muSlin.'a cl. Is usedwhere !"that families-are'an'ount' -farmers. and their -_ r I >E" :
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FAGS SIX t BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1989
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Bradford DemocratsTo Great Team Effort! jury pointed out Coach Len- upon recetpt'of: proof o"f> -publication -
Fire Chief .. 1 Starke QB Is I Ina.rd I of flue notice the Fictitious
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Quits : Register. Martin was sidelined 1! name of Nevl Mobile Radio under
Hold Dinner At
in the first game against I I which: i cut engaged la uuoiDess at

Cafetorium TonightBradford Tornadoes Palatka 'Back Of Week' Macclenny and has been hampered j: 2.2 Donald\urth E.lenipie. ,,el. :Ate;1 South, Surke Thompson .'I&-.

After 1 11 1 Years Rip I somewhat by a hip injury ever I I I. Dated bt: Starke:)uus rUth, Fla.day, sole of owner.October

County Democrats Irwin' Martin, Starko- ace junior]! since. ; A. V.1t9d at Starke Bradford
leaders "back of !I The Bradford County signal i County: Florida. 10-:0 U 1110I.
[Continued On Pare Six] joined by from adjoining quarterback, was named I II
[Continued l* c f Are 1] what had happened but when they i gar was second with 65 yards in
counties will gather in the Starke did '. 11 tries for the week"' by the Gainesville Sun!I caller, who also kicks extra points. | C.Mtr J.*.*'. four !. A:*
broke
of
pandemonium loose in an 5.9
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appointed to investigate Civil Defense Elementary School cafetorium- to- Tornado halfbacks again tried j Maroon stadium.. yards per carry. average | for his efforts in the Tornadoes'i I. has been part of a Tornado back- I j 1 1st far tea Bradford Estate .r
work in the county, reported night (Thursday) at 7:30: o'clockto both ends and gained' only three I Fans streamed onto the i victory over Palatka in years. field that has rolled over five
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playing Coach Register
tratrd.NOTICi
said. "Martin
that CD Director Robert Mc- rally support for the national yards and it was fourth downj; The' Sun admitted the difficulty opponents and helped earn a 4-0-1 : TO CHEUITOHS
field and the
jubilant Tornadoes
inUre, executive secretary of the i II did a fine job for us. How can I .\creditors of the estate Qf
ticket. and 38 to But Cottle promptly I out of last season mark. j I
go. hoisted Coach Leonard. m singling anyone I Charles liess deceased, are here )
Chamber of Commerce. said he Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews set up the Tornadoes final Register I!you name anyone as outstanding? Friday's great team effort by the notifitd and 'required to file any I
and his assistants to their They were all great. They demand which they may
does not have time for the and gave claims or *
job of Gainesville, and State TD when he lifted a perfect shoulders and carried them to what had and Tornadoes, but said if Martin i FAITH BAPTIST L'HCKCtf hate against said estate in the office -
they we He
that he would be happy to be relieved Senator'' Edwin Eraser of Mac- boot out on the Maroon two yard I I won. was good enough to get the "backof LawteyA. of the county judge of Brad-
mid-field
of it. Mrs. Johns suggested to meet Coach "Rabbit"Smith agreed with an observer that r.. ford County. Florida. in the courthouse I
Massey Pastor
will share hon- line with two minutes left to award then he deserved
denny, speaking and his helpers., Mike Darby had been a key factor the-week" at Starke, Florida within
the council write.the County ors. Their addresses will be broad- singling out. Bible school. 10 *. m. eight calendar months from the
Commission, recommending Mrs. play.Palatka's After accepting congratulationsfrom in throttling the Maroon at- I date of the first publication of this
cast over station WRGR from quarterback began a Smith, Register said,. "You tack.Starke's. Here are the signal caller's Preaching 11 a. m. notice. Each, claim or demand mustbe
C. L. Scholl the
for position. 8:30 to 9 o'clock. desperate series of roll out passesin thought had better team credentials as seen by the Sun in Evening Service 7:30 p ra. I in writing and must state the i ipla'e.
you a spirit can be noted as residence aad'p et office
Mayor Jackson commented that Rev, S. E. Sparks, county chair- an effort to outrace the clock. but not tonight! Our boys were I r.another key factor In this monumental Starke's decisive 18-7 victory over Bible study and Prayer Meeting address or of the claimant and must
herlhought a man should have He almost succeeded but I I I 7:30 m., 'lie to by the claImant. his
man of the Democratic campaign once "-. the Maroons: p Wednesday.! j sworn
great just great!
1 I victory. Register said his It
ttatfob as CD director. Mrs. Johns agent or his attorney or it wilt
effort will preside at the dinner, the ball slipped through the 1 Carried 11 times for 100
kali f they had tried three and Looking back over the game it f boys were up for the game. He I become void according
thai she thought it men time to and State Senator Charley_ E. fingers of a Maroon end who had can be seen that Starke dominated -j I had expressed fears earlier in the and one touchdown. I 's101.October. 13.Helms 1960.

give the women chance.was Johns, president of the Bradford sneaked. behind Tornado *defend- play all the way. The,Tornadoes I week that the team would figureit 2. Kept the ball on crucial plays BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH I Viola Helms) Executrix of theEstate
a County Democrats for Kennedyand gained 328 against end made the first down when Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning of Charles Hess deceased. -
pproved a $2.50 week ers.Then yards I was beaten before it got on the :I .
raise' for Policeman per William Ros-pay Johnson will introduce the on an amazing play that 220 for Palatka. The Maroons field. But spirit, stayed high all needed; also controlled the ball Worship, '11 a. m. Training First Publication. on October 20,

fer1 recently hired at $55 week speakers. A musical program will happened almost too fast to follow had' only nine first downs while I through the game, and it, hasn't!'I in the fourth quarter and ate up ;.'Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship -I' mo.>> 10-20 It 1110Urn

to heck parking meters.per, also be presented during the eve- Tornado tackle, Allen Crews, allowing Starke 13. Palatka rush- I died down yet. the clock. 7:30: p. m. -

ning. a stalwart all night long stood ed for 149 yards and 18 passing Tension was also high throughout 3. Completed four passes for a Prayer Meeting Wednesday; ('.n_tr J.... .a f..rt aFar Aid
forwarded to the
State Rail-
roafe and Publlc Utilities Commis. John Simpson, chairman of advance dazed for an instant after the while Starke rushed for 222 and j I t the contest: and was only relieved total of 73 yards, one of which 7.30 p. m.Pastor re: Bradford Estate of
ticket sales, said that indications Maroon's quarterback; Smith, passed for 73 more.Quarterback I I 'With the final whistle. set up a touchdown. Rev. Barney Sweat. t-eascd. .
slop
resolution
raefger a of the Seaboard opposing Air Lines the are that around 125 threw a screen pass into his Irwin Martin was Bradford fans and players alike $.,;Spurred on Starke's" offensive Everyone Welcome.IIIWAY NOTICE- FOR FINAL OF FILING DISCHARGE PETITION OFA

4a* the Atlantic Coast Line RaU- persons would attend the $3.50 hands on the three yard, line. the leading ground gainer for the.i relaxed only when the game fin- formation which garnered 269 fNISTRATOR

roads. per plate affair. Profit from the Crews fell over the double stripeto night with 101 yards in 14 carries ally ended. having been afraid yards in .total offense and pushedthe CHAPEL I To Notice All Whom It May given Concern that: I
Is hereby
Passed event will be used for local cam- put Starke ahead 18-7. It- took for an average of 7.4 yards. that victory would be yanked Tornadoes five game mark to ASSEMBLY OF GOD I'i hate' filed my final returns as administrator -
an ordinance
ifwp R-l rezoning paign expenses. Starke fans a moment to realizeStarke's per carry. Halfback Richard Dug-.' from their grasp. Tension was especially 1,415 yards. I D. P. burgess Pastor I of the estate of Fred
(
residential
) to commercial 1 tires, deceased; that I have filed
a 14 acre tract of land be- Tickets may be obtained at __ I I' high during the second ,5. Twice managed to reel off'I Sunaay School, 9:45: a.' m.j m)' petition for final discharge and

tween Koch's The Bradford County Tele- half when the Maroons scored runs of 20 yards or better when!I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even-.I that I will apply to the Honorable

t aide Elementary Alligator Creek School.and South- graph, City Barber Shop, or at Baby Tornadoes %Win Two More their touchdown and then added caught behind the line of scrimmage gfiistic Service, 7:30: p. m.- Wednesday Theron Rrnrtferd A. County Yawn. County Florid Judge, on November of-

Accepted the door. ; the extra point. Extra points In what appeared to. be weekly prayer service 7:45 20.- 16O. for approval of
a plat of '
a new subdivision losses. "Vw: the I *ani* and for final discharge
pinedale owned by the have often decided games and NOTICK OK IXTE\TIO: % I'"S i Administrator nf the estate ofi
Powell estate. Remain Undefeated For Seasonrolling that particular point would have 6. Rap for 30 yards on the first i TO RKGIXTER FICTITIOIM MMB j I i Fred Hess. deceased.

'. Appointed Gas Superintendent tural Gas Assn. meeting in Win- I ?lven the Maroons a one point play from scrimmage from the undersigned Notice is hereby under given the provisionsof that the I'' Oo ruarles"ber %::1.'1.l90.Sohmlft

Oscar Davis as delegate to Na- ter Park Nov. 14 and 15. margin, had they scored anotherTD halfback slot. Chapter !O,95. Laws of Florida. Charles M. "sc'hmilt. Admlnl- f
a "This the been Acts of 1941. will register with the F'rator nf the Estate of Fred
is first time he's I
Baby Tornadoes upheld ln the third period, but and had Starke not scored the Clerk of the Circuit Court In Hess!!', deceased.
their record through two more Jackson broke away in the fourth their final goal. able to go full speed since his. In- and for Bradford' County. Florida. tO-20 It 11-10

games, one this week and one for 86 In brief. the height of the ten- I -- - -
quarter an yard run. on a

I TERWILLEGAR MOTORS the last,season.and remain undefeated for quarterback Coach Charles sneak.-Francis said alii sion coaches among was Bradford stated In players two and remarks -j Sell It Rent It Trade It i ii' I IGIIT. 119 PETTOX PUOiliE0 WO 8. TUOMPOOV 4-3XSI FLORIST er 4-41U\\ST.O 9-1023: I


The local B-squaders turned the back field looked good and made by Coach Register DISTINCTIVE rLUWERSU

I back usually tough Lake City named Gary Kouba Jack 'Mc- during the half. "I would give a 'WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED WIRE FLOWEBfl A.\VWHERBtfehg

I Tuesday nlte 26-0 while rackingup Comb, Mike Hall 'Ronald Kimbral thousand dollars if this game

298 yards rushing and 98 in and Harold Bishop,-outstanding .'ere'over," and "Boys, I'd give SIVJER: SEWING MACHINE
I will be In Bradford
\\\ the air behind the direction of in Starke's forewall. my whole year's salary if we MFWORIAI.4: 4D RF.lnf.11Tm"'l __ 4sf.. _. ...p. Co.representative Mondays 'and Fridays. For service -'

I I sophomore. quarterback Bill Jackson. The game last Thursday againstMacdenny's ; i could When win asked this* one.for "comment Pa- Vt WORDS OR I.F.II. O.e lB rtl.. nll.I..... n.....) .TI !or call on Singer any make Sewing macnine Machine writ Co.

B-squadders : a 402 N. Marion St "I' Phone 880.
I was
7'I
Jackson was the night's leading worse rout than the one this latk 's Coach Smith said "Our EACHDDlTlON4L WORD OVER 20 _L_ ? ___'-- 4 Per W. Lake City. Fla. Tfchj
boys all put out, but it just wasn't'enough.
ground gainer with 128 yards in ,, week. Starke, trounced the hapless :o% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS! SAMJ5 ADMe FOR SALE breeding age registered -
seven carries. He also threw for tonight. ADDITIONAL FOR BLIXD ADS OR ADS NOT PAID Iff! ADVAKCB Angus Bulls Price reason
Baker County team 34-0 while
II I able. Conner. \VO
And so Bradford's spark of Doyle 44501.tfch
all the Tornadoes' 98 yards in the racking up 228 yards on the I I *

1 air. ground and 95 in the' air. Half. i hope was finally .fanned. into the : WE HAVE a new loan program for FOR SALE I
.flame of victory. After' 11 years farmers. Loana oi 1 to 6 year Ready mix concrete concrete block, Cash paid for rood, clean, cot
Il. .ri Lake City was never in the back Dugger was the ,leading :of' fruStation it was Starke 18, I for the entire credit require. rones., fence poets sand. cement. ton rags. No Khaki or wool
-.d game even from the start as ground gainer with 108 yards in ments of the finer and his family. Molar mix rock steel oyster shell.
f. !Pal tk| 7. and the Bradford I Gainesville Production CredM LHierock and Roof Gravel. Phone Bring: to Bradford County Tele
". -' Starke scored on their first three 11 tries. Larry Noegel had 'the County horns blew all the way to I" Association. (20 North Main WO4-2521. Bradford Engineering rraph.

Q. plays from scrimmage.. On the best yardage per carry with 70 ,Starke. Gainesville Fla tfch C o,. tfchg
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initial play Jackson passed to half- yards in 5 tries.Starke's .
Statistics RADIOS REPAIRED REPOSSESSED II
back Leonard Duggar for 20 yards. first score came in the All MakeaAU IMel* Complete l''ee Service

I JVE ARE LOADED WITH CLEAN Then he gave .to fullback Rowan first quarter when Leonard Dug- First downs Maroons '_9. :Starke 13 ..SHEPHERD'S.Bable Charges RADIO- rva* TV.Bte.* I, Pruning Bradng De-Moss- SPINET PIANO

Thomas for 10 up the middle, and ger intercepted a Baker County I !.... Grt'*. Owmer l Ing Cavity Work Tree Removal
157 234
then switched to halfback Larry and lugged: it back to the i Yards'rushmg 412 E. Can St. Fkoe WO 4-6W1 Transplanting 19.50 Per Month
I USED pass Fla. -
CARS AND THEY ARE :Lost rushing 8 12Net Stake
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Noegel who ran 35 yards for theTornadoes' enemy's 12 yard line. Rowan rushing 149 222 jSapp's Tree Surgeons. Also CompleteLine of

first score. Buster Thomas scored on the next play I COLONIAL FLORIST NEW WURLITZER PIANOS
Passing yards 18 73 Only F. T. D. Florist In PETE SAPP. Owner
PRICED TO SELL Hughes, another halfback lunged and added the
.Noegel point for a AND ORGANS
Back Flowers) wired place.
? returned 3-29 3-33 any Starke'j: STARKE PHONE WO 4-39M
over the double stripe to add the. 7-0 Starke lead. A few minuteslater for all occasions locally.)
I Total yards, 220 328'i From $495.00
'I point after and to put Starke inI WO 4-6291. 508 East Nona St tfchgFOR I
Dugger scored on .a 50 yard
Total plays 52 51
Uj front 70.Hughes. run and Noegel again 'added the .i Passes attempted 12 7- RKNTFurnUhd apart MUSIC CENTER .

1954 Ford V 8 also another TD- point after to make it I ments. ,Reasonable rates. Near ,
495 140. Passes ''completed ,3 4 i shopping center. Phone WO 9-2011 j 1035 W University Ave. .
in the first quarter on a five yard Then I 213 S. Cherry St. (Shell "..
Rowan, .Thomas started the Passes 'ha4 ntercepted 1 2 or call at GalnesviDe, Fte. :- Ph. FR 8- IU
run which climaxed a 55: yard second_ half off right when he Penalties 4-50 3-45 Oil Co. Office. tfrhg Our Salesman in Starke
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Overdrive One Owner: sustained drive put on by the lugged the Macclenny kick off I I Punts.' 4-34 3-24 : I Every Week. 1

1I'tr Baby Tornadoes. Halfback Larry back 70 yards to score. The Torna- Kickoffs 2-40 4-30 HASTINGS MATTRESS -

$ Noegel added the point after to does' last TD came on a pass I!I Fumbles lost 1 1 & UPHOLSTERY WORKS FRIGIDAIREAPPLIANCES \

$595 1 1955StadebakerSta.Wg. make it 140.Starke's which covered 70 yards from ,
I I Score by. periods: 710 Lemon St. Paiatfca
third TD came in the quarterback Doffers Jones to end Maroons 007 0-7 -
Furniture SYLVANIA V
Repaired Upholstered TV's
second quarter after a 73 yard Kenny Terrell Starke 6 6'0 6-18 i

CLEAN drive which included a 27 yard Coach Francis,singled, out..Ronald Scoring: Touchdowns: Starke- ,& Refinished Sales & Service

dash ,by NoegeL Jackson ran it Dimbral and STARKE RADIO & TV
Harold Bishop in DeVore 115 yard run); Martin 11 MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
over from nine yards out, but thepoint I the line as playing an outstanding Phone WO 4.8311
yard sneak]; Crews (interceptedpass Innersprings
$$395 -1955 Ford Wagons after failed and the score ball game. He also said that Jones ). Maroons Lemmond ((1 For Expert Tree Surgery Call Oat \
stood at 20-0. did a job"s' in and' Box Springs Agent Learn To Fly- Contact Lacy Conway -
"good the signal yard run]. Extra Point: Palatka-, phone WO 4-4051. tfchg
The- Tornadoes could never get calling slOt. Smith (placement Drop Us a Card or call 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3365
V-8.Take Your Choice FOR RENT' Large TUdor style 4

Teen Club Set Up PALATKA jEA 5-9168 CALL Jackson for top fill dirt, bedroom brick' house. Completely l
bulldtzing and grading. W. T. renovated 'Inside: steam heat gas
Tornadoes Make STARKE WO 45934SIRS. :

$2 951954FordV8Tudor By Rec DepartmentThe Young Negro Boy PEGGY SHALLER, Starke, Jackson. WO 4-4011. tfchg dren.depth water Just of beater block-ideal 2 ;blocks backyard from for small Post extends chil'Of-

Agent One and two bedroom apartments.Lightr fice A fine home for the discriminating
Starke. Recreation Depart- Football Killed TruckA I and water included }4i per family man. See at 323- N.
ment will sponsor a Teen Club for History By I mo. Inquire in rear. 516 S. Epperson Walnut St. Get key at 105 N.
I L INTRODUCTORYOFFER St. Y. L. Kircbaine. tfchg Walnut St. Available around Qct 1.
1952 Ford Victoria"1957 the youth of the country starting tfchgSmall
jI95- (Continued From Pace 11
this WANTED Regiktered; nurse t>r
Saturday night. four-year-old Negro boy. was iiceus3d practical nurse for floor furnillhed'I.partment for
Recreation Director Bob Ben- game ended a 0-0 tie. instantly killed about 3:30: p. m. Engraved Business duty. Apply Doctors Hospital.. tfchg rent.. Su .\. C. Williams, Williams
J"u lrr. f'nI\9l.! only
Local oldtimers say that Sarke's Thursday, .Oct. 13, when struckby Stationery tfrhr
rer states that the club will meetin -
1946 line compared with the University a car on a bridge on State FOR BILE ..FOR SALE OR TRADB H acre
11 1 Ford V-8 Tudor the USO each Saturday night 500 Letterheads New and used Building Supplies good
095 ; Sugar Cane. Consider
of Florida's and that the Road 18, about 31-2 miles west Drive way pipe 15 lengths $I.n shares it on
from 7:30: to 10:30 p.m. for dancing -I I Tornadoes pushed Palatka allover of Graham. 500 Large Envelopes per foot. See Billy Jackson Jackson Rt making 1 yp. See. A.4t L.D 10-27 Batten -

ping-pong shuffleboard, and the field' while Pullding Supplies. tfchg
'gaining some 400 500 Business Cards -
Local Car 37,000 Miles Bradford County Deputy SheriffDolph FOR SALE I bedroom
IK bath,
other activities. yards on the ground, but fumbled FOR RENT S room furnished living,
Reddish said that Jerome dining room. an4 den masonry -
FINEST ENGRAVING apartmens. C26 N. Church St Phone
Any boy or girl who'is 13 years each time they neared the goal.Mayor's house on large corner lot
Chandler, son of Julius and Man- WO f.;ii'lt or apply at SIS N.
old or over is eligible to join and with extra building lot. See by appointment
ALL ( St.
FOR 48.05 urci' tfchg
$$1195 1 I 1957 Ford Victoria dice Chandler, 912 North Street, ---- only. Call WO 4-1431 or
take part in the activities. The WO:: 4.43Q1 "
!; group will be under the directionof CourtTwelve Starke. darted out in front of a Plate Included If your contact.Space Heater Gordon needs Allen cleanIng Rt 1- tfchr
Clay Electric Cooperative truck 11011..118 For Sale 2
and 3 bed-
Richard Jockel. Box 170 Starke, or phone \\,0'-
; -0 V-8 "Fordomatic Radio and Heater driven by Guy T. Anderson, 32, BRADFORD COUNTY 1681. 4t chg 10,13 rent.roqrn.No Small payment terms like
Anyone desiring further information cases were tried before of TELEGRAPH closing cost. W. It Noll-
Lawtey. man. GIG N Cherry St.
may contact Mr. Jockel or Mayor Billy Jackson Monday in FOR SALE -: Used furniture. Gas I Tfchg

the Recreation Department.HEATING'. Mayor's Court. The boy was with his mother SEVER TOO LATETO lOIS refrigerator. Hollywood beds. Mrs FOR. ALE Larg Oil Heater 2jrs.
,$95--1957 Dodge Coronet Beatrice Goodman Buriman. and another Negro woman Hat- EVENING CLASSES for adults. All Peggy Shatter, phone WO 4- 9H. old used very little. ;rs. Mrs.
tie Easley of Starke, who were subjects. Credit if wanted. Write ftchg Whltaker.< Rt. 2 Box SIC or phone
improper passing and causing an Director. Pox! USO Starke, or call WO 4-7<32. Itchg 10-20
accident, forfeited bond of $27.50. I I I fishing off the bridge over Sampson WO 4-3071. or visit Adult Educa- LAKE CITY PAn (f COMPANY,
Lake canal. Mandlee had lion Office tSO BId,;. for additional I.NC.PtllNG FOR SALR -! month old Piano.ev .
William Robert Paglia. allowing information. Negro adults OF ALL KINDS :\ .. used Contact Mrs A W
|an unauthorized, person to drive gone.to the car which was parked L contact principal RJE School tfchg IS08 H. MABIO.N ST. R"" ,ra"e.. 490 Water St. ftp 10-29
$1 495- 1957 Olds Super 88 ';forfeited bond of $27.50. on the shoulder of the road. Apparently LAKE CITY, FLA.
the child decided to follow Drive; A Little-Sive a Lot. Unusual PHONE 12S7 'OIJ SAI.E 6 room block hOD Ie.
Alberta Husband, running red .values in house trailers. Lake) ;Stehg 1.Z7! Will sell reasonable. Call WO 4-
J'? light, forfeited bond of $12.50. her'and ran out onto the I I Geneva Trailer Park, 1 mile S. E. 0 SS or apply 40.. Center St
I Hardtop, Air Conditioned, Full Power bridge. I Keystone Heights on Hinajr 100 FOR SALE 1.0 galon RHEEM I 2tp 10-20
oJ Kermit D. Wagner; running red tfchg i electric hot water heater with dou
I light forfeited bond_ of $1 ..s0.I Reddish said that according ,to I I ble heating element. This beater about FOR SALE ,- Trailer 72 ft :* S ft.
the speed graph in the truck, FOE SALE -* Building lots andacrtageL 4 months old. Can be seen at -i'i Great Lakes Model Fur information
Mercury MontclairConvertible. I Robert Everson Wood, runningred 'Anderson was ,traveling 'about 48 Mechanical- Draftsman 40t S. Thompson St. after 4 p. m. contact Donald Welch Rt
$1495-1957 SPECIALSt 'light, forfeited bond of drawing tool set 114. For Rent- each day or caU 'WO 4-5541. 2_ Box: 161; Lake Butler, Fla. If interested -
1250. miles per hour when he 'applied I 4 room furnlahed ,cottage/for Chria- tchg 10-20 I In seeing trailer it if located I.
t[ brakes and skidded his, wheelaabout.SO (Ian couple. Mr. L. M. Clark. East I \ mile out of Brooker on 'J
Full IAA4uk i Mark Phillip Rossu running r.edlight "Fessant Rd. Box 440. phone WO ,- FOR SALE 2 bedroom home Russell Green's Farm. lip
Power, A Fine Car forfeited bond of $12.50. feet. Reddish said thej 1543. __ ". tfchg with utility room. automatic floor I I
driver could not.swerve to avoid furnace. Cor. St. Clair and
Bridges
FOR RENT: -, Attractive close in
Alfred L Knogg,. public Intoxication CASH? St. 13,000. Phone WO 4iSl.4tchg.
I
rooms and bath Very J
the collision since the child was apartment.
$1951958 Hillman Sta. GAS sentenced'to- five days in on' the bridge and there was about Cash In on the_ Christmas SellIng 11-10 reasonable. W -JL NeUman. S10 N.

Wagon !jail or to pay fine of $27.50. a 10 foot drop at that point. Season. Be an AVON REPRESENTATIVE FOR RENT Lake front cottagecompletely Cherry St Tfchg .
Dorothy Louise Addison. reckless furnished near Keytton*
in roar neighbor I ; USED PORTABLE? Typewriters -
S Other riders on the truck Heights. 1411 month. M-s. Olcott. I
driving and excessive speed. hood. Write Quid C. Sweat P. O. PvAll.. .Ta.kfOOnyJtf'! 4ti'h, 111FOR' I 'Underwood): one ISO; one $35.-
23,000 Miles, Real Economy & FUEL OIL John Lewis. William Boyders : p..",,,.... r""fttTf'raT'h.. tt
forfeited bond_$27.50. I ; I box: 540 Live Oak. Fla. .,
R well Williams, and Steve RENT 3 joom with bath
Horace Harmon, Negro; public i iJntoxication furnished apartment in Hampton. WANTED Middle-aged lady to
sentenced to five I Broadway-all upheld Anderson'sversion HELP WASTED Mrs. Jessie Chutaln. Hampton live in home and take care of elderly
I of the accident ..... lady. Call Mrs. U D. Green. WO
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Check With Central And days in jail or to a': fine of $27.50. Or AgtaU 1_ Tfchg. 4-4344 tfchg.

Stanley Bennett public Intoxl. Reddish said there would be no $%.50 per sour or more for part or Man 5 with arthrirtis needs -
inquest and no charges filed in "I room FOR SALE Used door. and win.Hows. .
fun time route work. Large repeat and board. Moat have ground floor
cation, forfeited bond of $27.50- 2 1I heater,. Dr. H.
Clyde Terwillegar thecase orders. ,Mao 'woman. Write lie room. No children. Has been ) spare
I : Deputy Jimmy Hamilton or pay r. ' Bollhlcer.
Space Clifford Yarbrough. vagrancy NESS I ing ISO pit month. Write Lewii '00,...,.. wr .
Heating by loitering Reno, sentenced 11, assisted in the- investigation. CO.. Box 1151, DeSoto.. Sta.' Felgenbau n.1l1 Drexel Ave. Miami,I ( *U in'
i Memphis 2 Tenn. Stp 19-27 1 Peach 3). Fla. Stp 11.I _
to seven days or a fine of $27.50 I I FOR BJr'r: 2 bedroom nleelf''ttmf,1Pd
HAMPTON hone with carport For
4 TODAY! Claude Starling by J' i SELL 'FOR RENT 3 bedroom bouse. Re
; vagrancy OR TKADEZ I'OII1)Ie or wiTh as infant fhild. In-
; in CHRISTLCHURCH trig era tor. gas range and circulating i ",.'.* .* 9.t V. Thftmnnon 8t. Itch
loitering
NORTH FLORIDA Reno. sentenced to Cart bedroom 2 hath borne.11' iu- I heater Plenty of Closet 1I aC4!. if
., five days in jail or to a fine of Clarke Minister ditloned. electric heat. Nice earporL .i 1JJ4 N. Bradford St. Phone F. P. v.tnr. colored woman wanted _

.1 2750. SUNDAY SERVICES trade Nice for nice size home lot.with Win acreage.sell or, Beard. LE J-8J1. 2tchg Jt7r 11'.A>.< *. 'n i-op tnel alt with in-
10:00 am.Bible- School All furnished and stocked Valued r -. ".',* w'iii. I hao. Phone WO 4Irrhr-
SUPPLY up. Manager-To sell shell uomtt In '
: Your Authorized Ford DealerIn around 117.5M. Will take or Starke area. Mart be sober, honest :
i 11:00 *' jo. Worship & Com give difference. Let me hear from and hard worker. Company fur -_.
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L1STEX TONIGHT! munion you. J. V. Grtfbbs 1140 8. W. Und I fishes your home. lights water ,, Pan r ron e carrier
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224 N. _Temple Ave. DEMOCRATIC DINNERBROADCAST Terr. Fort Lauderdale Fla No and telephone. (240 'r t'l'-I1pafter Mi> t hA"
a month guarantee -o. .
Bradford 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Write r at p., o. pnJ
County Rrnk.rq Please ftp 19-27.r plus commission. Local residence -.--".. : tils" f
Phone WO 4-2113 It" _,1_*
WEDNESDAY: 7:30 PJL preferably. Write: Star
&:38 OVER WRGR j"1-" Draperies made Tour material or Home Inc. 6J* N. Edr wood Ave... TV.', allow;; ;;" & .-
I Prayer Service and Bible Studyf mine. CaU Mrs. Howard Tucker.,. Jacksonville. Fla. EV It I' -MI a new 1 I
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVArtsvomi .



STARKE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, intn ---,



KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Ownbey f [f Harry Green of Starke for clearing St. WU&ua's Catholic Chapel .tjwuarMELROSE& .&& A .&.&...6 Lr
Resignation Steps
Up TempoOf Keystone land and Airport.planting trees at the Keystone HeiffhU r ,

JIary K. Schaeffer; Assigned Council Williams to Suacuy Mass at 8:30: a. m.

r b Forthcoming Keystone Election investigate Bill Lee's complaintthat t Tuesday Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m. I :
Mass at 8:00
a. m.
junk cars and other auto- I By Mrs. Alice Bothhammer
Confessions
.
Keystone Indians game* and held Bunnell to four mobiles were improperly stored before all Masses I

Beat BunneU "B" Bruisers first downs. Keystone made a- 1 At least six candidates are ex-be made at other hours by calling adjacent to his drive-in theatre.I fnirtinn Baptisms, marriages and In- wauavaii4AA IAL; a a*I as 1
I hv
It was a group of really big bout. ten first downs. netted to vie for the three Coun-,him at phone 2831. the clerk Instructed Clerk to arrange fora I anoointmem I
Mrs. E. M. Robinson last
spent
boys who came to Keystone It was indeed an excitng mo- cil seats that will be up for grabsin loan of $1,467.50 from the Key each and globes for '
the
said.Turning post at I week with her mother Mrs. J. P. ;
Heights on Thursday. Oct 13, and ment when with 30 seconds left December's town election in to other election matters stone Bank tag reimburse the genera $1 each. Rudder in Ala. ;

since they were already the to play the touchdown was made. 1 t Keystone Heights. Council adopted an ordinance fund for the purchase of new I I Assigned Councilman Williams t 1! Mr. and Mrs Stevenson John' Olson of ;
champions of the St. Johns Con- The spectators were preparing to Additional spice was added to amendment providing police car.Authorized. I to investigate the ;
complaint of ]I Haynes City spent vthe weekend i
ference it took a little while for go home with the end of the the political recipe with the recently that registration books will be revised attorney Prevatt to'''I C. J. O'Connor Chamber of
Commerce visiting Mrs. Olson's parents Mr.
Keystone Indians to into orbit. game in sight, and telling them- announced resignation of check I !
go ;: r- immediately ,preceding anj:I into the legality of the Civil president, that the Western and Mrs. John N. Webb,
The score remained 0-0 until the selves the Keystone boys had Council Chairman H. Ownbey, election, and will then remained Air Patrol operation at Keystone I Auto Store building I ;
was being Mr. and Mrs. Ekie Dees of
final minute of the fourth Quarter done as well as they could in effective January 1. closed from time of revision -until Airport and the operation of a damaged by automobiles
a parking Branford spent a day last week
I i
when George Leath threw a keeping Bunnell from scoring, Ownbey said he was resigningfor after the election. dying school at the airport by too close at the side !
and
; his suggestion with Mr. Dees' sister and broth
Passabout 40 yards-to John when suddenly the ball was passed personal reasons, including' I On motion of Councilman Bill Lacy Conway of Starke. Chair- that a correction could be .1 er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon I
Allen who carried the ball over ., received, and over the line the pressure of business and Beam the treasurer's report 'was; man Ownbey had reported that made by installing a sidewalk I I
the line. The Indians took the Such a hub-bub! duties involved with other organizations approved with the exception of a Conway was operating the school the expense of the at.. Kelly. !
property Evan is home after
own-i I I Spires a
extra point, which meant they The next game will be on Octo- which made it necessary 39.33 check drawn in favor of without the knowledge and consent I
I(I brief in the
beat Bunnell "B" team 7-0 in the ber 22-also a home gamewhenthe that. he "drop something." St. Johns Chevrolet Co. of Pad of the Council. er.Raised the Clerk's 1 I stay hospital II
Homer A. Briakley salary from Miss Lynelle' McGee went to I
second game played at Keystone Indians will play Gainesville Incumbents Gene Williams' an latka in payment for a spotlighton Authorized the selling of old $60 per month to $100 per month. (Continued from Page
Heights field. High ."B" team. Corbett Terrell will seek reelection the new I
city police car. lamp posts to the public for $2 7)i
It would be hard to point out Why not come out and have a District Governor, while petitions [ a prerequisite Beam said that Council had i I
any particular player as being pleasant evening and give our Due To VisitKeystone to qualifying] are now being previously ordered payment of One of the most important things in this world to

outstanding because they' all boys a big hand? circulated by Ray Chance retired this account withheld, and he obJected -II Removal Of us is real estate We can help you in the sale or

played well together as a team. It What's In A Name RotariansHomer Navy man and Clay County Civil i to its having been paid in Excess Hair purchase of real property property management _

took some real team-work to hold We asked for suggestions for a Defense Director; C. J.. [Pete] spite of this action. Clerk Halier-! appraisal of residential lake or business property _

the Bunnell boys. All in all they name for our new field. Not that A. Brinkley of Tallahassee O'Connor realtor and appraiser; stroh said he had drawn the war Removal of facial excess hair Acreage Farmland Mortgages For confidential.
were much larger than Keystone 'e' have anything to do with the district governor of Rotary former Councilman Ed Wiggins rant upon instruction of Mayor gives one a clean clear look. Good service, see
boys. One lad tipped the scales naming of it, but we felt it International will pay his official bank president and water company M. L. Beasley. Council Chairmane
at 265. and Tony Brault had the should be designated by something visit to Keystone Heights Rotary owner; and Leo Hill garagman. Ownbey signed the warrant. appearance is necessary for two REAL ESTATE
job of blocking a 230-potinder, a little more distinctive Club this Friday. Mr. Brinkleywill Haberstroh was instructed to reasons-first: its cosmetic value;

who weighed exactly 100 pounds than "the football field.' To date address the club at its noon'uncheon. In order to qualify, a candidate obtain a credit memorandum second: mental 6

more than Tony! we have one suggestion. The per- and will also hold a must obtain a petition with the from the automobile agency, advising relief of the per- '
The Indians played a good son who suggested it prefers to :lub assembly with officers and signatures of 25 qualified electors. that the,bill had been paid son so afflicted.,

.r _. committee: chairmen during his Deadline for qualifying is Nov. 15. prior to authorization by Council Temporary re- I ,,. ': t t t' I
stay in Keystone. Persons living in the area recently The clerk' explained that when moval methods

annexed to the town will the old police car was traded I ito n and tweezers are C. H. "Chuck" Nen'1D.lm P. O. Box 533Associate
remain anonymous, but we will have to re-register in order for a new one the spotlight and
Lake absolutely futile
Cottage on Crystal say that he suggested Phone. 4297
"SargentField vote in the December 6 election certain other extra equipment was in .
correcting
$5250 excess
-after the late M. M. Sar-
Town Clerk C. H. Haberstroh ad not transferred to the new car as '"
?ent who served so many yearn s vised at the last Council meeting. the city ,desired. Instead the hair growth. : Keystone Heights
Nice Beach Good Shade :D the School Board. We person Haberstroh said he had pre- automobile agency had put a new Not only is the E. Dwyer
ally suggested "The Reservation," removal temporElectrologist
viously announced that .
personsin spotlight on the new car and had -
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A more as a jest than anything,, the annexed area, who had registered billed the city tor same. Haber ary but the excess hair tends to
but have decided we like it. Let; to vote in the annexation stroh said however, that the old become coarser and heavier.

us hear from you. !election would not have to re spotlight had in his opinion, There is no excuse for womento
3 Bedroom Home Get Ready For Carnival 'register. City Attorney Myron further depreciated in value since tolerate excess hair today as t.

$11'j I 500 Plans 1960 are PTA underway Halloween to makethe Prevatt. however, had since givenan it would not fit on the new car we ctn remove it very easily
Carnivalthe opinion that it would be necessary because of difference in fender An \
analysis of
Crystal Lake best in history. And there for the annexed-area lest design. your excess hair
have really been some good ones. condition is offered at no charge
dents to re-register for the regular Councilman Fred Dodd moved
One nice thing about pur Carnivals town election, the clerk that "not one penny except a four or obligation.

is that everyone in town advised. cent stamp" be spent to .
straighten i
pitches in and helps with them, Medically Approved Methods @I
Haberstroh said that deadline for the matter out. His motion .r "
and there is entertainment forall registration is Nov. 12, and 'thatthe died EDMUND DWYER
C for want of a second.
S. E. M KAY REALTOR ages. It is not merely Kiddies'
a books are open daily at his In other action the Council: Electrologist
Carnival, with fish ponds office in the town hall from 9 CONNECTICUT
a. Instructed the Clerk to, set up .1 ; '
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Associates and pony rides: there is something YEARS'EXPERlE. CE )
m. to 12 noon. Registration may a schedule to rotate purchases 1
: JMra.\ .L, Brault Mrs. M. Ilgcn to attract everyone: wonderful fromgasol stations on a FR 2-8033 107 W. Univ. Ave The dome of the Capitol building in Hartford offers
prizes, excitng games, and call Keystone Heights 3501 for i Gainesville, i of the best
monthly basis. Fla. one panoramic views
\ I of New England
Phones =
3071 any
4151
-- 2391 2031 I just plain downright good fun. further information. I ;
Approved an agreement with city. The, Capitol's collection of relics include Israel
Brownies
Sunday by Appointment Mother won't have to cook:supper Begin Activities
'. \ that! evenipg,.JJer, family:may Brownie Troop No. 229 will haves Putnam's tombstone, General Lafayette's.J>ed,land ,
dineon the finest hot dogs, hamburgers first meeTfijTpn'TdesSay..-Oct. figurehead of Admiral Farragut's flagship lIanfo 'd.
and baked beans ever 25, at 3:30 p. m. in St. William's 'ZIKE DECORATING SHOP The Old State House, built in 1796 and used for almost

prepared. There'will also be a Recreation Hall. All members of 100 years, 'was designed by Charles: Bulfineh'and considered -

r variety of desserts and other 'good the Brownies and all other third In Wiggins Building Keystone Heightsa'IPo1 an architectural masterpiece. In Hartford too,
THE KEYSTONE CLEANERS things to satisfy the sweet tooth. and fourth grade girls who wish f, tourists will want to visit the Morgan and Colt -Memorial -

The date will be Saturday. Oc t.to join the group are invited to Museums, the Harriet Beecher Stowe and Mark

Festivities will start with ,the this meeting. PAINTS ANDPAINTING Twain homes, and the headquarters: of some of theworld's
traditional parade about 5:30: ( P. T. A. This Evening }

AND WASHETERIA\ when children in all sorts of.outlandish The Parent-Teacher Associa-- _.. ..- AIDS largest insurance firms.
and novel costumes will trop will meet this evening in CSTAIUSoCOIIN .
i compete for prizes' in the various the school auditorium at 8 p. m.. J THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK
categories and age-groups.' One Teachers will be in their class- Wall
Offers The Following Services of the most interesting featuresof rooms at 7:30: p. m. for consultation Paper Samples

the carnival is the judging of with parents.. Plan to pay MEMBER P.D.I.C.

:costumes.: The judges have a hard your membership if you haven't We Do and A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community
Papering PaintingFREE ,
For Your Convenience time indeed. already. ua Keystone Heights, Fla.REDHARN'S .
: There will be some wonderful Buy Books For Christmas Estimates
prizes too. Names will be called "Books for Christmas Gifts" Phone Keystone 4503

for prizes throughout the, evening, will be the theme at the Library ,

and yours could be called. provided Booth at the'Annual Woman's
MT LINEN RENTAL you register. Club Bazaar on December 2. The

Don't forget to. keep booth will be under the auspicesof
29 reserved for that Octobil the Library Staff of the Keystone -
te Motels
Beauty Shops, Barber
ol Halloween 1- Heights Woman's Club. 0
once-a-year experience a
Shops, Drug Stores and
Restaurants USED
Carnival. Books will be loaned, by Mike's
Sorry No Honor RoU Book Shop in Gainesville. They .
Since the Keystone Heights will have been carefully selected
!I Ir UNIFORM RENTAL Teachers had to attend'a District for both children and adults. SPICE-IDE REFRlGERlmRFREEZm.MORE .
Teacher Education Meeting in Don't forget to stop at this booth
Palatka on Monday we didn't get during the Bazaar. And for that I tutl ear USABLE SPACE!

he names of the boys and girlson person on your list who "has
the Honor Roll for the first everything" why not give a
!I r LAUNDRY SERVICESas ix-week period. They will be in book FI4JDS LOW BUDGET PRICE!

next week's issue. "Un-Birthday" partyFor

(follows: Small World Department Peggy ThompsonOn .
Last summer when Mrs. Bill Friday Oct. 14, little Peggy .
Siprelle and her three Thompson four-year-old daughter 4 if ;

Washed, Dried, and Folded -Two- vere visiting her childrai of Mr. and Mrs. Norman If you need a good appliance and can't a3

.' ,' Hour Service Dale in Missoula, Montana a car Thompson was hostess at her
'
vith a Clay County 'Florida tag Continued On Next Page afford a new one, it will pay you to see
Finished lappen to pass the Dale's residence
finished Laundry Two All articles and slow up when the dri- our large stock of used appliances. a
Day ServiceWIFE CHIROPRACTIC
rer spotted another car the w

I 3iprelle's with a Florida tag
TIME Laundry Service-All parked along the curb. One ot: SCORES ANOTHER VICTORY Priced Easy f a

flat work, including handkerchiefs the Siprelle children noticed him, As Low $15 Terms -
finished. Wearing apparel finished and came running into the house A recent survey of Workmen's As Arranged

upon request with a small additional paling, "Mother Mr. Long and Compensation files reveals that
charge. his wife just went by!' The tonga the cost of care in back injury

? !' had turned into the University cases treated by Chiropractorsnas This Week's Outstanding Value '
campus across the street, i
$20.82.while
the cases treated
ind Mrs. Siprelle promptly jumped | by other methods was >$34.43: per FULL SIZE HOTPOINT RANGE $jiit1
into her own car to overtakehim.
Dr DRY CLEANING And sure enough it was H.C. case. This not only represented a REPOSSESSED NEWWARRANTY S _
Long Clay County Supt.' of large financial saving to the in- LOOKS LIKE $9995' '

Nationally advertised SANITONE clean Schools who, with his family durance company, but the employee NEW
\ with was touring the West. The Longs: was returned to work with
\ps, special attention to ladies M UEZ12A ;
were happy to see old friends \'l the time loss which meant 'a
dresses
and coats.-Two Day Service. from Keystone Heights, althoughthe saving not only to the employeebat If unable to come by our store, just call / Sp0tt Ag*' design make ovary filch 8S&9f.?
Siprelles now live in Jack
to the employer as wefl. BIO 12.1
sonville. Bad it been a Clay When accidents strike can Keystone Heights 4252 for complete de MAGMA.SAlDOORS1AISINCOID ( '
you NEW CU.FTSIZI
County tag rather than a Duval ,
ONE DAY SERVICE Upon RequestCASH Tag. the Longs might have stopped save both time and money by contacting

to .see who besides themselvesfrom your Chiropractor at once. tails.' We will be glad to call on you at

& CARRY PRICES Clay County' were in .far- Bring your health problems to 1 f2-14.95

Pickup and Delivery Prices Slightly Higher off Montana.' theDr. your home .
Garden Club To Meet
The Lakes Garden" Clubill H. G. Bollinger -

hold its first meeting on Thursday Chiropractic Offices
KEYSTONE WASHETERIAIN Oct. 27, at 2 p. m. at the
home of Mrs. Edmund Dwyer, 436 X. Walnut St "Vfe Service EverythingWe

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Jr.. on Lakeview ,Drive. The program Phone WO 4-2881 Starke REDFEARN'SI

topic will be bulbs and the or Sell"

Call 3121 For Service speaker ,will be the Clay CountyAgent 72* E. University Ave. I,
E. C. McCalL

terested in attending Anyone this ming eet:0 anPhone Years 2860 -Experience Gainesville I I .. ., __ __ .. .-.... "t Phone. 425,2. Keystone, Heights, Fla.1' ..

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Melrose Wins Over ffTTfTTTTTtMTTffTTTTTTfHAMPTON I 1-
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them
see again and hear of all' property of the a bye
KEYSTONE proving. About four weeks ago he Ratten and Esie Batten, P. O. Box named defendant., and that on the
their travels. I was in an accident. Mrs. Dunks is White Springs 46.6; I 93. Hampton Florida Defendant. 7day of Nov. 19(9, between the
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Siprelle and I the former Martha Sue Robinson. LEVEL NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 'I legal hours of sale, namely, eleven
HIGHLIGHTS children were hi Remains UndefeatedThe Notice la hereby given that I, P. o'clock: in the forenoon and two
Keystone, Melrose Duplicate BridgeWinners D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford o'clock in the afternoon, on saId
Heights last Friday evening visit-I of the Melrose Dupli- ,By Mr* D. E. Hill Bin. H. M. McRaeLAAAAAAUAAAAAAA.AAAALAI County, Florida under and by virtue !day, at the East door .f the Court
TTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTT of a, writ of Execution heretofore I House In
ing friends. The AAA&&AAA&A..A4A.Elementary Bradfol'1County, Florida,
Siprelles are for
cate Bridge Club this week were: mighty Melrose issued I
Bulldogs out of Small Claims .I will offer for cae and sell, to the
(Continued from Preceding Page) mer Keystoners who like to come i First place Mrs. Mary Cook and chewed the White Springs Lions School PTA W. M. Reynolds of Miami Court. Bradford County in the highest bidder for cub In hand,
back now and then. ar- above styled cause, I have levied the above described
"un-birthday party" at the Hap- Lt. and Mrs. I. Miss Sallie Mansfield; second into a helpless pult with a 46-6 Meets At School rived Wednesday of last week. upon the following property, \- said defendant, to satisfy property said en-of
Rand Edelstein[ place, Mrs. Ralph Stevens and thrashing last at White Pianos wit: ration. ..
py Hours Play School During Saturday are a good investment I came by train was met at
"' '. the schol term, every child witha I were the home from Columbus Ga-i Mrs. Herbert Segur; third place, Springs before a predominantly it. seems-according: .Jo,.reports at Waldo by a cousin J. W McRae. Model 1847 Chevrolet EK-< cyL-t Door Sedan Sheriff P.Bradford D. Reddish Co.

birthday gets to have a party. lover weekend visiting their I, Mrs. Bea Cooper and Mrs. ,Allen Melrose crowd- the HamptonElementary PTA: V.,B. Wheeler, and his aunt,.Mrs. Title No. 29 1S2S9! I Ej- Loca Norman D. S.

This, however, seems a little un- I I Sam respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. Graham; fourth place, Mrs. Bo This win preserved the Bull meeting at the school here last H. M. McRae. He had a good visit ID Number EAA 50X51: 10-1 4t 1 -J7That's

fair to the children who add an- ;Bert Gardner Chrstoffers, and: Jr.Mr. and Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Ray Starns. dogs' status as the only undefeated week. The piano in the school I here with relatives and spenteach

other year during the summer School News team; in the Riverland Football auditorium. which was repaired I II night while here with} Mr.
I Mr. and Mrs. ,Bill Simeral have The Student Council held its Conference_ extended their and retuned last Our Business
time. Peggy was one of these. In and I month at a cost and Mrs. T. N Norman. Last Fri-

: order that every child will have ,Just 12 states.returned Mr.from SimeraT a trip through father first meeting of the new year last string of victories to five. of approximately $25. was pur I day ,we enjoyed the day at the t! WiI If It's Glass We Hart It!
week. It is
of two
composed representatives Bulldog offense proved to be chased in the early 30's for $75.
the opportunity to play host or I picnic grounds at Lake Butler. ,
hostess the "unbirthday" idea I II from California is now a guest at from each home- as overwhelming as ever, while according to Mrs. Beatrice Putch. Those attending were Mr. and IM CALL WRITE or VISIT
their home.
: was born. [That, of course, is I room from grades seven through the niggardly defensive unit During last week's discussion Mrs. ;T.: N. Norman and son Ger-

not what they call it. but our own II Murray Mary Ann Schaeffer and Mira. twelve. Nominations for officers continued its stingy ways. To$'of having the piano fixed Princ4- ald, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor ,, Joe Peters Glass Co.
were Sunday dinner were held. date Melrose has racked 179 J. C. Hobbs asked .f
terminology!IJ Miss Peggy, clad in I up pal Mrs. Fetch and children of Raiford W. M.
made Mamma guests of Mr and Mrs. Frank M. The Beta Club met last week points to a combined 24 pOintsfor who returned to teaching at I
a pretty new dress by Walrath) Sr. Oct. 16. Reynolds of :Miami Mr.; and Mrs. II FOR ANY GLASS NEED
on also.
New members informed
the hostess were the opposition. No team .has HamptonSchool this year to review J,
: was perfect Bobby W. MoRae of Starke V. B. We design Modem Store Fronts
and enjoyed every minute of her Redfearn. son of Mr.' about the purpose of'club and scored more than one touchdown the history of the piano Wheeler and son and daughterin '

partyMrs. and Mrs. Huntley Redfearn and plans were made for the coming and no team has made an extra since she was a teacher here at law:, Mr. and Mrs. John Just Mai! Us A Pattern for
: .
Howard Murphy, Jr., Veazy Walker son of Mr. and year.The point against the Bulldogs. Also the time. Mrs. Futch said the Wheeler and children of Scotts- Table Tops

I Honored At Stork Shower last Mrs Lindsay Walker, were home Melrose PTA Chapter entered } no touchdown has been scored school had just been repaired at jpro, Ala., and Mrs. H. M. Mc- 1313. N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fix Phone FR. 24353"We
weekend
On Monday evening, Oct. 3, from Gordon Mfliary the Junior Livestock and on them as the result of a sustained that 'time, and had no piano. A
College In Barnesville, Ga. Poultry Show in Ocala last week Rae.We
Mrs. Thomas Elmore entertained drive. committee of M. L Watterson.. are sorry to report the

; .. with a Stork Shower at her home FIRST They placed third in both the, Here are the scores of all the Lacy Wynn, Mrs. Fetch, and Mrs. serious illness of Mrs. Felix Sapp eliminate the middleman's
BAPTIST CHURCH I
profit"Quart
I
in Keystone Club Estates, honorIng Dairy Judging and the Livestock games played so far this year: T, F. Brown was named to see who is still in the Baptist. hospital -

: : Mrs. Howard Murphy, Jr KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Judging. The boys who participated Fort McCoy 30-6; Cedar Key, about purchasing one. and decided i in Jacksonville, and Mrs.

and were Alvin Lilly, Winslow 52-6; Bell, 32-6; Anthony, 19-0; on this one, second hand, for One
Eo
There were interesting games J. R., Smith pastor, Ralph_ Hall, who has been ill so With Each
prizes were won. by Joann Wy- Copeland, Minister of Music and Fredericksson. Phillip Morris White Springs. 466.The Anthony $75Mrs. i We miss them both so much. W'I I F R E E
I
man. Helen Warren Ann Cooper' church organist Johnny Prevatt Jackie Herron, game was played in the rain witha Jean Moyle, sixth and seventh Mr. and Mrs. L. A. or Gallon One you buy.
and A. :M. Beck. '
and greatly shortened playing tune grade teacher, played a piano -
Lynne Herpel Jean Fox,, Services: Sunday School. 9:45 moved into thennew home last t I
The annual initiation of the of only 24 minutes hence the selection at the to
hostess served meeting,
.
Louise Logsdon. The week.J
I a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. held Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal
I delicious refreshments, with Training Union 7 p. m. Evening new members to FFA was relatively low score. help show the benefits of the recent W. Graham of Jacksonville
I last week. Nineteen boys were in- The mastermind of this
may- re-tuning.
her daughter Carolyn pouring is
services 8 p. m. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard
punch and Lynne Herpel pouring "Make church worship a family tiated. :: hem. Coach Joe Phillips predicts Other business at the meeting Brown. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
The Future Homemakers of
coffee. that the boys will continue to included a report on the new Mrs. Nita Brown is still having

: Guests included Albertine Reid affair. America held their second meeting play the same brand of ball for school bus, bringing in' students trouble with her eyes, and we 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588

Louise Logsdon Millie Muhlhofer COMMUNITY CHURCH Oct. 10.; They made plans for: their Friday night homecoming from a short distance east of I hope they soon improve.Mr. 1
KEYSTONE the year which includes se Ming encounter with.a determined Hampton to ease the trowdedconditions
\ Mamie Clark Helen Warren HEIGHTSDr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae Mr.
booster pins for the Bull Dogs Bronson team who were last the Mrs. .
Marian Sargent Joanne Wyman A. C. Holt Minister I on larger bus. and Mrs. John Wheeler and fam-
and entering a float in the year's' conference champs.At I E. 1,. Brown is bus driver. I
: Joanne Sowers. Pat Bailey Lynne Mg rs. J. L. Hetherington ily and Mrs. McRae's father, V. World's first Turn ike-Proved Tires! ;
Homecoming Parade. Anyone in the half-time period in addition The flagpole for the school is
Herpel. Jean Fox. Ann Cooper, Organist and Choir Director. B. Wheeler and correspondent f
Unable to attend terested is asked to join. to the gala festivities there still to be welded, it was reported your
and Gert Murphy. r Sunday School. 9:45 a .m. Morning :! spent Tuesday of last week in
were Martha Sue D yal Es Worship 11:00: a. m The football team has put, another win be another drawing of namesto although the pipe has been St. Augustine. The Wheeler family GOOD/YE/IR/
: sie Pate. Frieda Wyman-and :MrsThomas *f victory on record by winning determine the winner of a pair delivered for the welding left The Tire Choice
Friday afternoon on their : :
Oregory.riIURCH ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL over White Springs Sat ur. of 40 yard line tickets to the Following the business meeting I

NEWSSt. CHU1' H, KEYSTONE day afternoon- The score was 4 University., of Florida Homecoming refreshments were served by Mrs. way home to Scottsboro. Ala.

Williams Catholic Sundays 9:30 a. m., Church to 6. Melrose is leading the con game, Last week Mutt and James Gnann. Mrs. Ernest after and others.visiting the J. W. McRaes of new 1960 CarsIon

: St William's ,Altar Society was SchooL 9:30: ajn., Morning Prayerand ference and is the lone unbeaten Betty COX of Keystone Heights Mrs. J. D Griffis. and Triest.1
team. Next week they win play were the lucky winners of a similar -
Hall.Hallowe'en
Altar .
hostess to the St. Edward's "
: Sermon \
(1st Sunday, Holy ,
Bronson. THE RIGHT POINT for the ." "
pair of tickets for the Van-
ladies from Starke on CarnivalSet '
Society Communion). 6 J -
EpiscopalyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyfVWVY '
p.m. Miff-Week! Bible StudyAt way you write. Come fa ana !select
Monday evening, Oct. 17. derbnt game. You may get your For October 28 I -- -
The Keystone ladies met at Faith PresbyterianThe name .in the pot by making a The Hampton School H llowe'en your favorite ESTERBROOK It. ,
Mid-Week Bible Study on 25 cent contribution to the Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
: 7:30: p. m. for a short business Carnival will feature a ,
,, meeting, and their guests arrived MELROSEContinued Wednesday evenings at 7:15 is cheer-leaders, football players, or. variety of entertainment on Friday fllCIS.stART AS LOW Af

at 8 o'clock. very popular at Faith Presbyterian even at the game Friday night. October 28, with a supper, Small Claims (Court Bradford -

During the business meeting Church Melrose. The ,sessions country store, pony rides hay- (Couatr Florida No. S-374:

MrsLuclle.Davie was elected to $ are well attended and interesting. Melrose WMU Holds rides, dart throw, fishpond and Carl Harton Route 1, Box 118 y.90 a 1blockwo : .

fill the unexpired term of Pat [Continued from Preceding Page The text "Basic Beliefs of the ,- many others. Starke. Florida Plaintiff vs. JosephS. $1 5.95 :I

PawJikowski) who will be moving Reformed Faith" by Gear Is being First Meeting Of YearThe Final plans for the event were South. Scarfone St Petersburg, 5218 10th Florida Avenue De- plus loX IIIMI t
Orlando Saturday afternoon to used with the Bible, and Dr. .
away from here soon. made at the PTA meeting at the fndant -
: About 14 ladies made up the attend the GHS-Boone ball game. James R. Neale Jr., pastor, lea Melrose WMU met recently school Tuesday evening last week. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE $te i
Notke is hereby given that I, P.
Starke delegation. So that every- Mrs. Gussie Cole spent the the study. Bible study take place ly at KHarn Baptist Church for All booths for the carnival will D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford

.-. one should know everyone else weekend with Mrs. Bett T. JohnsIn the first three Wednesday evenings the:first; 'meeting of the new be held outside in the schoolyard, County, Florida under and by virtue -
Lake Butler. of a writ of Execution hereto-
nameplates were given out with in the'month, and a Fellowship church year. following the supper inside in the fore issued out of Small Claims on 3-T CUSTOM

wearer's name on each. President Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beard and Dinner the last Wednesday Officers for the new year areas school lunchroom. Serving will Court, Pradford County in the above -
son Alan Lamar of Gainesville styled I have levied
: Pat Pawlikowskl welcomed everyone evening. follows: Mrs. Thelma Preston begin at 5 p. m., with prices as I upon the following cause property to- Super-Cushion
and had a drawing using visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason Mrs. Ernest H. Bartlett has I president; Mrs. Ella Simmons 1st follows: Hampton Elementary I wit: '

recently. been appointed to the Presbyterial vice president Mrs. Beulah Perry School One F800 Ford Truck
only the names of the visitors. ; children 25c; high school,
: First prize was won by Kitty Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore and Board of the Women of the 2nd vice president; Mrs. Di 50c, adults, $1. Code Serial 9E No.308J: 80-K-3-A. b Y GOO.DIEAR .

Chism; second by Peggy children spent the weekend withfriends Church. Suwannee Presbytery, as I one Tison, secretary; Mrs. Ida Prizes will be given for the As the property of the above
Shaller.1 and relatives in Tallahas named defendant, and that the _. .
I Delegate-at-Large to the Synod- on ,
__ Blanche Vaughn Perry mission study chairman; best costumes after a parade before 7 day of Nov. 1960, between the .
Edward's Altar Society expressed i. see.Rev. ical meeting. She will be one of Mrs. Josephine Mathews stewardship the judges. During the evening legal hours of sale, namely eleven 'Ylen: lY :)' I U i;. I.Qj I I. It'i the tire youll find on .

...:::. the Appreciation of the Starke and Mrs. R. E. Newton of the many officers installed at chairman; Mrs. Betty A program in the auditoriumwill o'clock In the forenoon and two ln.arlow ; Americas finest new cars.
Pomona Park spent Saturdayvisiting Presbyterial o'clock in the afternoon on said .Ir 1J I ; ,n
would on Friday Oct. 21. Trade for Turnpike-Proved
group and said they soon Odom program chairman; Mrs. include musical selections anda day, at the East door of the Court '
=:: invite the Keystone group to the Lyon family at Mrs. in Palatka. Elnora McGuire. social chairman; cake al.\ctlon. Other food on House in Bradford County Florida, :f i! l i ut I I l I !-r safety today and savel! :-
Bess Lynn's.Pete I will otter for sale _
and sell
to the
their meeting. There were also Mrs. Susie Preston, chairman Su- sale duringr the evening will include highest bidder for in {\,

= delicious refreshments. Baroness is visiting Mr Melrose PTA sure Preston Circle.; Mrs. Laura ,those at a hot dog stand the above described cash property hand of Pay as little as sips weekly

ww.. Prnonals'I I and Mrs. Ford Hensley. Reichardt, chairman Elsie Knigh t cold drink stand candied apples said defendant, to satisfy said exe-
"' Mrs. John N.. Webb visited her Plan Annual cution. MOftI MOPkt HIM .N OOBVIAN TlM. THAU ON AM OTHIR KillGOODMAN'S ,
Mr. ,and Mrs. Bill Cannon and Circle; and Mrs Nell Regan popcorn balls and fudge.W. P. D. Reddish

H Mr and Mrs. Gene Whittle of mother, Mrs. S. W. Hightower., in Halloween community mission chairman. P. McElroy is general chairman Sheriff Bradford Co.

= Jacksonville were in town Satur- Jacksonville.88th It was Mrs. Hightower's Carnival The program: was presented by of the carnival; Mrs. James By Loca Norman 10-8 D.ft S.10-27 Service, Station

day evening en route home from birthday. Plans for the Mrs. Betty ,dom chairman, assisted Gnann is in barge of the sup- I
annual
:: .' the game In Gainesville. The two Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Roberson of Carnival Hallowe'en by Mrs. W...0. Preston per; E. 1,. Brown is in charge of Small .Claim Florida(Court BradfordivunO. SEEBER D. GOODMANU.

couples, former Peach Street res!- Port Orange are visiting friends were completed at a Mrs. M. C. .King, and Mrs. E. B construction, and Roy Starr IS. in No. 6-2J9 I S. 301 at South Limits
City
meeting of the executive
= dents, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ever- and relatives. the Melrose PTA boardof Perry. charge" of the program and cake ,Local. ,.Finance. .. .Company. ; Starke. ,
ett Fox.. The WSCS of the Methodist held recentlyat During the business session the auction. Teachers of the variousto I

= We have just finished reading Church met in the educational i the home of the President. president urged all members classrooms are supervising! the '
Mrs. ,FLASH!
r.- a ten page letter written by Mrs. building recently. Mrs. 1,. H. Dorothy Scully. aid in enlisting new members foe r booths. Eighth grade will have.

::: Gladyce Bachmann who is on a Hardage was program leader. A I Jack Miller, chairman of tll the society and the circle. The the hotdog stand sixth and seventh "FALCON CONTEST

Mediterranean cruise. ,She has covered dish luncheon was ser- ways,and means committee, announced formation of a new circle was target-shoot; fourth and GIVEAWAY WINNERS".

been all through Italy and her de- ved. The WSCS will hold a meeting held that the carnival wouldbe discussed and the community fifth fishpond; second and third, LET US-r-.ORD. DEALERSSHOW -' Mr. Tom Shelton l\[r. W. II. Btmtlft

= scriptions are most vivid. We October 24, when Mrs. Eliza Saturday Oct. 29. start mission project for. this month h country store; and first and second Valdosta,
Georgia Beach Fla.
ink 5 Pompano ,
at
In
addition
p. m. to the
would have liked to have seen beth Melton will speak about the was planned. the dart-throw. ;
::. ,her riding a camel in North Africa. United Nations.Mr. usual booths and attractions anew Proceeds from the carnival will Richard L Minor Mr. Robert S. Jonfe_.

The Bachman will be back I and Mrs. E. M. Robinson, feature of special interestto TRfNTTT EPISCOPAL go to further the music instruction \OUTHEmtttBW&mE MosrMr n\iUe, Florida Coral Gable* ..Fla.Mr .

home in this fathers will be a Swap & CHtrtCH: MELROSE: Farrell L Nelson George MrNeSaannah
:: Keystone weekend have received word that their' program at the school.
y Trade Shop where anything .can Wilbur Hall of McAlpin visited Cnlpley, Florida Georgia
be sold or traded with a percent- Sundays 10 a. m., CaorchclooL
here one day last week with .Mr. 1 3Ir..Lester JacksonGaiaesiille : Mr. J. T. Henderson
.r- age donated to the 1vaL $ 11:15 ajtu, Horning
This>
Prayer
car ,
:: and Mrs. K. B. Watterson. Florida Fort Pierce, Florida
FORA will include larger items such as and .Sermon (First Sunday,
Mrs. Blanche Kirby and children Miss Sadie Brown )fr.
W. Clyde Boberma
furniture. trucks cars, tractors Holy Communion). 6 p.m.. Episcopal ORD IN I HISTORY ,
ari. : ? etc. i of Gainesville visited here Wauchula, Florida Ocala, Florida ;
Young .
.. '11. 'Other fun features will include:. ," Ifol\ : Baya Churchmen- 10 a, m., HolyCommih1on and Saturday'son. On with Sunday Mrs. Ina Mrs: Knight Knight Mr. WDliam F.Thayer. Mr. Melvin L Parts

fish pond darts, bean bag clown Jr. Tampa, Florida
visited D. I.
Knight of
Heilbronn
,.., -" wet sponge throw, train ride, T2W Rev. Mfflard H. Breyfogle, who is just recently home from ,...Jupiter. -. _,0.-Florida. .. --
In I < pony rides hay ride costume parade Vicar. --t!' I IECAUSB

::- HERE IT IS f--. and country store.A the Miss hospital. rrs $EAtJ'J'IFU rYBUIITTO7x E CAU!OPmELP f\ TO t6AYlFlsl THE CIJUSIC f 080 OaTgM1Ti LOO* ,

.tar.... pop corn and drink booth Faith Presbyterian with her Maggie niece Johnson and family is visiting .....lIIa Tbto....maw....101I M utlaa**nKM,C.5.: .kf ea.. ",
I
.( near ... ,
will be operated the Chore, Melrone, L'AIa gods bl.ii.lOIN fIIU.
: by SeniorClass Ocala for several weeks. 1IHIcMaII.c 1 titttfe twutr.UbricatM ,
0 We Have MlKOffflNG to help raise for the
money e Sunday services-Church School t Raleigh Brannen and Ardel
class trip at the end of school. 9:45 a.m. MoVniAg Wo shiD. 11ajn. Brannen
.
.1 were gone on a trip to
E; The usual hamburgers.hot d Rev. James R. Neale Jr. IUImF1IUY
,
SEASON pas- Indianapolis Ind.. from Of
IS JUST A and home made cakes and ogses tor. day to Sunday last week. to Thurs-bring t ItSW-1IDf'11IOW TO TAIII CAiI it .;

will also be on sale. (ts.K.Y.I *.
back school
a bus. Y f
FLIP DF THE CALENDAR AWllY' The executive board also dis FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 1 x, MB? m JO m aria) *sad *
t- the MELROSE Barbara Sue. Bobby and Vicky .- I
cussed
possibility of
a Spring. Barksdale of Starke Itss.t4us .n.11.Tal m4MfeiM
.' Festival and dinner to be held were overnight ,..a.r< .
tWe Carry A Complete Line of_ Sunday, 9:45: a. m., Church guests Saturday of their Adjust Its ... IwabL
later in the year. .. .. _.... .
E. School for all R tnck Sin te Mt
HUNTING ages. 11 a m. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W .
EQUIPMENT Mrs. Scully -. w..p .........,. 1>' t
..... .. i announced that the Morning Worship. 6:30 p. JJL, Home, and all were supper guestsat V Curds Ito wm .......... r. !
PTA meeting for October would Youth i (.,. .... MfBtff tat trw .
, .Use-Qur. tay-A: >?ay plan (today for Your be a Skit night with first and Fellowship.Wednesday the home of Mr. and MrsJ.. t a-, :-,=- s .,',. fMi a.tat.*..)....... I
I 7:30 Bible
..... p. m., W. Home Jr. ,.;{:t"H Protects IU... b4y.M J
duns, Shells, etc. Pay by the second grade room mothers ... .
Week or Month as Study and Prayer Meeting. Miss.Nell Crews of Jacksonville -W. nU Mf run !
raMtrasmch
hostesses.
I I Rev. Ted Springer Pastor. visited here with Mrs. Ethel Tid- !
I Murray Sipprell treasurer,
well and Miss
Betty During last
i gave a favorable report; including J JI
weekend.Mr.
announcement of the Huff, study ,and discussion chairman. I\
NO M purchase of
NEY DOWN and Mrs: Madison .
Lee. for- -
1 television sets for the educationalTV ,Rev. M. F. Breyfogle. 1st : ; -
mer Hampton
... residents now living i
vice
program in the school. president; Mrs. M. C. King. in } mss"- 1i. ij
secretary 'James Gainesville anounce the adoption 1 j
r Mrs. Dock Tison. membership : ,Price civil defense \
of
wx chairman reported that membership chairman; and Mrs. 1,. O. a baby daughter Lu
Repair Anne, who
was born
September r r't'
this year has nearly doubled Baldwin, nominating committee 12. rI

that of 1959, and to date there chairm&nWlllIAM.S.; .

= irAccf .Rooms --' fport -- are 154 members in the PTA.. st Mrs, Joe Forsyth was honored rI I
a birthday dinner i
The meeting was attended by on Tuesday,
:E October 11. at the home of Mrs.
the following officers I
Bath : Mrs. Dorothy
:
Room Ina Knight
. Scully,. president; Clarence with Mr. and Mrs.
Porsyth. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ::ii:
:: Holden. 2nd vice president; Mur- :
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK 'ASfi FIX. ray Sipprell. treasurer; "Mrs. C. Forsyth, and Mr. and Mrs. Otis I

= TURES) M. Sipprell health and safety JEWELRY Forsyth present.


-:w= Time To Re-roof Tison.chairman tiosptality membership: charman Mrs. J. ;H.chairman Mrs.McGuire Dock; E. WATCHES.- DIAMONDS Sunday HOPE BAPTIST- Sunday CHURCH School 10 bl i GAlAX.IE BY FORD i 1

REPAIRS
S. a. m., Morning mesage 11 a. m.
Brantley I
publicity and adver-
'
6P.BI't'M.DIIYB1T..ATYOUR DEALRSTODAY r......
Training ,Union 7 FORD .
tising chairman; Mrs John: 'Began 'AB Work GuaranteedA. p. m. Evening

room.count chairman; Mrs. (X Williams, message 8 p. m.
STARKE Elma Yarbrough, room representatives Monday Bible Joy Club 4

-- BUILDERS SUPPLIES chairman: Mrs. T. .A. C- I 142 W.: Call St. to Sp-m. J. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS i

Phone WO 4.4201 Slacks dom spiritual education theirman Starke, Fla. Wednesday Prayer Meeting

-_ r- Fla. i ; Jack Miller, ways and ,: 230 p. nu Choir Practice 8:30p. 206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE

I I means committee chairman ; 0 A. : 'm. Pastor: Samuel 3. Cuth- FLA. i
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'..':." ..........of.- .y................................. Mrs.: Keeffee Harrell and cliilren Vera were visiting over the weekend trav.nn.rv.r+mtn.v.f I had another' working last Satur- Spring. t Md.n j." Methodist Church. .. !!and Bible ?nry: 70 p n 1

.,,Mr. and Mrs. Werner Doll- with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer day and. did another' good day's : Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and I Thursday:: L::.. ? .: .
I nig.. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norton Crews in Valdosta Ga. CLAY HILL work. There will be another .
EAffTEYBy
I sons, :Mrs. C, J, Tetstone and Sunday [Layman's Day group meets in FtLowihi: _L,1
,_ and son, Casey Dinkins. daughterand" The Revival at First Baptist I working this Saturday, so all helpis Church School. 9:45 a. m. Morn-
9:30
: a, m. Chancel Chou- retwxl -
children, and Mrs. Mickey Stokes
son David Moore and Mr. Church closed Sunday night aftera By Mrs. J. L. Strickland: : needed. If everything' goes well 1 ing Worship 11 a. m., laymen in i
f Enza Blanchard i and Mrs. Jini Burton and sons great series of four-day meet- *A* &*.k.. :u vAA&4. the building will soon be finished. I attended a dinner at Earlton charge. Snack. for MYF, 6 p. m. sal, 7:30 p. m. ;
l .rtn. all of Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs' ings. Rev. Woodhouse brought a This chUrchhad ,three ad- ''Beaih Saturday at the home of Youth meetings. 6:30 p. m.
N, I'f wtvan.rm..mn T\.J'- k Paul :Dinkins Jr; and son-- of St.Augustine .I a powerful message each evening, We learned last week, after we'J Iditions to its membership last Mr. 'and Mrs. Elmer Stokes. The Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. I NEW RIVER
S Qt"o eeomi'AEtlhia ii ,. Mr. JI.11d Mrs. Horace heard sand appreciated by large had sent in the news that the I Sunday-two by letter and one i dinner was given for Sgt. Earl Monday' Men's Club supper BAPTIST CHUPCB '
: ,Church Cox ot Waldo. M]. and Mrs., Nelson attendance." We believe these special offering at Long Branch t by baptism. This Sunday might !Stokes, who will leave soon for : 7 pC: m. Sunday SchooL 10 a. m. WorMp -
fast Sunday's Homecoming at Blocker and sons and Mrs. W. have been a blessing to the com- Church Homecoming amountedto i't there will be special misic by I Panama for three; years with the .i Tuesday Cub Scout Pack Bour. 11 a. m. Evening Serv-
Grace Methodist Church was a M. Blocker of Lake City, Mr. and munity.Mr. $109.79 for upkeep of the !Owen Knight and his musicians. U. S. Army. meeting in Fellowship HaD, 7:30: i
treat event Special music"by the Mrs. G. L Peterson of Arlington cemetery The committee wishesto 'and everyone is. invited. Mrs. Margie Lee Burney and I.p. m, ** p. m. Prayer Meeting eact
I I Nednesday, 7:30
and Mrs. Dan Parrish of
I choir and good congregational Zack Roberts of Hastings Mrs. say thank you to all donors. f There were just 61 present in sons 'of' Dade"City are visiting IVednesd y Prayer Meeting. p.m.
singing "were.appreciated and Rev. Ruth Barthlow and Mrs. Effie Manville were Sunday dinner I Mr. and :Mrs. R. W. Blanchardhave Sunday School at Highland last,:Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and I
I Troy U. Wakefield delivered an I Mae Green and daughter of Mid- guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. j. An- returned to Virginia after I Sunday. The Intermediate girls.i Mrs. Mary Sud Willington a few
i inspiring f message to the large dleb frg and a large number from ders last Sunday. Other guests of spending some time in Florida.Mr. I kept the banner again, so some I|days this week
[ audience. After services, Dinner Starke. the day were Mr. and Mrs. Stein- and Mrs. Carl Baidenhardand other class better wake up. Mr and Mrs..J. H. Siuivan and Make LOW-% OST Financing
J.1 on: the grounds was enjoyed by 'Friends of Mrs. Annie Bray will houser of Jacksonville. Mr. and children oJ Mason City. IIL family visited Mrs. Mary Willisin I
aU attending.We regret to learn that she'died suddenly Mrs. Newt Strickland of Tampa I'spent a few days recently with Ivvvvvvvvvvvvvvvtwvvatl Bell last Saturday. Mrs. Sulli
were: pleased to have so Monday morning- She was and daughter, Mrs. Elmira Rice relatives here. Mrs. Baidenhardis van's brother Herbert Willis from I
many visitors some from local Irving ,with her father, Perry Da- of Orlando, and Mrs. Leslie Sweat :i the former Hester Starling BROOKERBy I{ Franklin Tenn, was there also. part of your '.
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churches and others from away.. vis, and has a son Carl Vanzant and daughter of MaxviUe. j' The fish fry at the Clay Hill This was the, first time they had :
Among the out of town guests who lives here.A Members and families of Law-!Church of God was well attendedlast Green seen each other in 18 years. Iiouie .
Shirley
were Will Purdy and his grandson Thrift Shop has been openedby tey Jr. High School PTA met at 1 Saturday night. Mrs. Earl .Green and Cherie. plan ,"..i.) :\ __ :
Mrs Will Edwards Mrs. Rex the WSCS of Lawtey in one the School Cafeteria Tuesday ':Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Padgett &&&&&&&&&&&&.&.&&&&ULAA Hinton accompanied. Mrs. Martha. ""..",''"", .' '"'''::'';
Mixoff. 1d sons, Mr: and Mrs. of H. E. Priest's buildings right evening, Oct. 11. First on the :. gave a birthday party for their Snellen and 'son, Harold-:-, of Keystone -
Roy Royster and children Mrs. next to his store. On display are agenda was the covered dish din-j j I baby daughter Donna who was Mrs. Rosa Pinholster and Mrs. Heights to Miami last week I
"W.; D. Cody and daughter. Mrs. wearing apparel and household ner. Thanks were offered by Rev ..one year old last Saturday. Floyd Wiggins were weekend for several days. Mrs. Green and .
R. R. Thede Mr. and Mrs. Bill articles including dishes furniture A. J. Adams, pastor of the Methodist -.I Mr- and Mrs. Buddie Wilkinson guests of Mrs. Bryan Lynn and Cherie visited Mr. and Mrs. Ronald '-
Reid and sons, Mrs. Mattie Miley. ete, all used but good. Cometo Church. All enjoyed the var- I and others from here attended Mr. and Mrs. Troy Andrews in Barnette in Miami Springs
Miss Arthurine Blanchard. Mr. see us. ious dishes of delicious food. Following i i cervices at the Decoy Church last Morriston.Mr .I while there. Sunday they were A : ?:
and Mrs. Bill Harrell Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews and this the president, Mrs..R.i t[Saturday night. The pastor there and: Mrs. E. W. Hodges dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
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E. Lee presided over the business'.''is a former pastor at Clay Hill. and family of Americus, Ga. were Tom Steele in Vero Beach Ya < K''
session. They adjourned to meet Rev. Harvey Lane of Middleburg. Sunday guests of his parents. Mr. Announcement ,.
Special
RADIO DISPATCHED again Nov. 8. 100 and Mrs. Evan Hodges. a
Approximately i i They enjoyed the nice supper and Postmaster Ned Hicks announces S. s
were present on this occasion. 1! wonderful singing. Miss Sue McDavid who is a
that the post office will start
; z7 SERVICI I E Don't forget the PTA Hallowe'en : The Highland Church is havinga I student at Valdosta State Collegein closing at 12"o'clock noon on Sat- L. \tt :
Valdosta Ga., was home with S :
Carnival on Saturday. Oct.'29, 'revival this week with Rev.Percy ',urday instead of 1:30" p. m.
Lawtey school grounds. A fish Knight as, evangelist. The her parents Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Church News .
dinner will be served beginning public is invited. McDavid, for the weekend.Mr. The Church of Christ held a J at 5:30 at '75c a plate. Besides this 1 The Associational Sunday and Mrs. Wesley Hodge revival.lafet week. Tommy Nettlesof
.there will be a fish pond and \;School meeting will be held at i and Randy and Mr and Mrs. New'beny conducted the ser-
various booths White Efe haivC, lane: Branch Churcfc ow Thursday -I Walter White of Rig Springs
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\ dinner
rtces It ended Sunday with -
as the} structural plan 1 of your new
Just
visited Dennis as important
Mr. and Mrs.
potted plants, hot dogs, cold ( of this week. on'.tfcc ground. i
drinks, and a dessert table. Come >I. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wedlock' Hodge Sunday afternoon. I II home is financing plan.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis your
A one come all. and children] were with us at I i TabemaceI I
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SALES r aId family visited Mrs. Eva, At The
.,., Mrs. Rebel Rhoden of Ocala 'j Highland last Sunday morning.!1.
spent the ,weekend with her sister : Mr. Wedlock brought the morning Crow in Largo over the weekend.I Both must be sound if you are to enjoy the full satis-
Rev. Fred Dodd of Keystone .
returned'for
SERVICE MrsCrowl a visit. ..
message and showed us how we
Mrs. H. C Wainwright and !, were failing in our Christian 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall and I Heights delivered the message 'at I! fJbtibn abd secunty of home owuerthip. ;.
family and attended the Home- i
"1 I work. I daughter of Starke visited Mrs.Amanda. .i the Gospel Tabernacle last Sunday -

l 1. CTOR IiiC coming with them. i; We learned a few days ago just( Lewis Sunday afternoon.! on the subject "Choose,"1
# RCA. CHURCH OF JKffl/S CHRIST how degraded some folks can be. Mrs. Bobby Jones and daughters -, pointing out that there are always -. It you are going to bu&f of buy a*home; oonw in and
Mrs. Mary Sue Willington two choices -the right one.
-lrresco&RAOlo; WOodland SERVICE: ONALLMAKES LATTER DAY SAINTS t We someone don't know entered who the is guilty Padgett but ana Mrs. Sam Smith visited) Mrs.C. .. or the wrong one : )rt us work out theZnancrg pan that is,5iS07you:
1lLf9.tnPAm r Secvtces each Sandit in oW The evening service was in
few
4-69O1 j Church and took a table from the E. Warren In Dade City a
Masonic Hall Call St. Sun- !
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'J : : \ .SHEPHERRAD -- day School 11 a. m. Sacrament I church church isn't house.used very.It is often true and the\!days,Mrs.last Mary week.Green, left Friday was charge a brief Barney study of Ephesians A mortgage loan that. is expressly arranged to meet "\ ,

j; come Service.I:30 p. m. Everyone we}* the table isn't worth very muchas r for a month's v with Mr. and I one of Paul letters to unbelieivers. -I your requirements as to down payment and monthly

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Mrs. Jack Pinksicn in Silver
j ,'..:'.....: }MVAN.._.0._CllEEN.OWNER. ___,_ ,.,.,_.__412__- Eo CALL. STAAgEL far as money is concerned-i I
= the lowest cost to
but who would be low enough to payments at possible you.
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and take something that has been
; ;". ";' ;:.' donated to help in the worship FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Make this bank your first stop in

; .; ( NEW. services. This same person went the road to sound home-ownership.
"I BIG NEW PICTURE ."' into the little cemetery and lookup .
.. '.t : I DIMENSIONS 1 I some of the foot stones and I Morning Worship At 11:00 A.M.
.' : carried them away. One they ._ ,
NEW LOW PRICE
"U ,SIGHT! I down failed to past take the up surface, but drove of the it i I Evening Service At 7:30 P.M. Community State Bank of StarkeMember

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ground. We just wonder what the -
idea was in all of this. There will ,. Our Guest Speaker Federal Deposits Insurance Corporation
< be another day when we have to : /
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yyywyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNEWS returned home after several days I funeral of little Jerome Chandleron anna. I --
in Bradford County Hospi taL I II I Tuesday at 2 p -m. Jerome was I Mrs. Bill Underwood and Mrs., The Graham Baptist Church ,Maude SurrencY. Rev. GeorgeTison
OF INTEREST TO COLORED Halloween Carnival ':killed by a transport truck on a Harvey's mother Mrs. Leona Louise Hagan of Hampton Lake :had good attendance at both I is our pastor. We urge each

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY The elementary depart Dent ofi I'i road near Graham.. He is survive McCarthy, and his brotherinlawand visited Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney j I services last Sunday. We had I and everyone to come and be
RJE will sponsor a HijDoween I. by his parents Mr. and sister .Mr. and Mrs. John Monday. ''only' one on the sick list Mrs. with us.

By Ozora ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt! Carnival on Friday, Ctet 21,. Mrs. Julius Chandler, and a baby Stillwell 'and children of t

.. starting at 7 p .m. All torts of sister, grandmother, and, a host dina' Beach visited in Fernan-j
-- i1. booths. will be open for run: and of other sorrowing relatives.
I I Sunday. During, the afternoon !
House Warming and Mrs. B. T. Marshall Mr. and entertainment. Plenty of (good re- Jerome was a second year stu- !
Mrs. Everett Morris Mrs. Raford English, and Mr.)freshments I will be on sale. This dent at Kiddie Kollege Kinder- Mrs. McCarthy and Mrs. Stillwell

Sr.Mr.will and havetheir "House Warming and Mrs. Robert Johnson of Haw- activity is being sponsored for garten, The pupils were flower also visited Mrs. Orene Cowart. 1 -

on Sunday. Oct. 30. from 3:30: thorne. A delicious turkey dinner participation in the coronationof girls and honorary pallbearers. Weekend guests of Mrs. Lois I II WEI.I. MOTHER MAYBE MOT, f> J/HE'S LUCKY ME Dt0 LAST
to 5:30: m. Friends and relatives had been prepared by the presi- Miss RJE'-who' will 'be elected Music was furnished by the'chil Cox were her son-in-law and'' OtLD"f SPA NK BUT SHE GET WHACKED AFTER..A HORACE DIDN'Ti
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vote this dren's choir of New Bethel i HIM ON A COULD TORM BIGDELICIOUS MEAl; '
invited to dent and the guests ate all of the by popular term. There Baptist WANT HIS DINNER ,
of the family are daughter, Mr and Mrs. Earl Norman '
24 pounds, nothing left but the will be no fUD d-ra1sin1t by classes: Church. HIM OVER [WITH SWEU FOOD FROM) SO TO POLISH HIM '
few invitations being '
attend. A are
carcass. The next regular meet- this term. The PTA and other Philadelphia Baptist Church at of Gainesville and their) STOMFULH MOTHER SENT HIM TO I'

and sent friends.to out-of-town The little Morrises relatives ing will be held at the school with organizations will help in the Lawtey Rev. W. D. Dennis pastor, guests, ,Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Ben fifty risfcB BED wITHoT oeJ I'I
solution of supplementary finan- will observe annual Men's Day on nett of Jacksonville.
to
James Dean as host the group.
will are: be Everett there to Jr.greet. James you. Earle They, The menu will be prepared by cial needs that;cannot be supplied' Sunday, Nov. 6, all day. starting Mr. and Mrs. L. C.. Sapp and MeatMarW R I
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Mrs. Naomi DeSue. P. Cummings by the Board of Public Instruc- with Sunday School at 9:30: a. in.; sons attended a family reunion 1
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reporter. tion. Mrs. M. L- Paul is chairmanof Morning address will be deliveredby and birthday dinner for Mrs.
Pattle and LaVonnie. This familywas
the elementary department of; Principal C. C. Anderson who. Sapp's father A.: G. Gordon
the victim of a fire many County Fair RJE. Parents and students are I will be introduced by Prof. Elmer Sunday at the Jacksonville Zoo.
months ago and suffered total :The Bradford County Fair will Shell : Mr. Gordon was 67 and enjoyedthe
invited to attend this activity. ; at 3 p. m. Rev. Eddie Bur-
loss of home and possessions. open on Monday, Oct. 24. Thurs- Report Cards roughs will address the group and' birthday dinner party honor-

Beno Theater day will be the special day for Report cards will be releasedto will be introduced by Rev. George ing him on this special day.
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pupils this week. Parents are Lee! Sr. at 7 p. m. Rev. John
shown for three nights: Thurs- group. Reduced prices for rides asked to check the reports care- Hagman will deliver the address some of our sick ones will becoming
day Oct. 21, 7:30: p. m-: FrL Oct. will be given to all pupils of fully, sign and return the cards and will be introduced by 'Rev. home from the hospital'this
22 '7:30 p. m. two shows Sat. 6 i. school age. There will be plentyof promptly. If you have any ques- Johnson. Music will be furnishedby week if .they continue on the SALE!
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8 Sun. afternoon activities and fun for the en- road to recovery. FRESH
p. m. and p. m. tions concerning the report you the male chorus that will include Miss Carol Ro-
at 2 p. m- Adm. 50c to all Don't tire family. Exhibits will be may write it in the section that : Deacons Royal Franklin; wen who suffered a broken arm,
miss this wonderful picture. placed in the Log Cabin of the says "Remarks by Parents." Strong. Mosley and Bros. Scott, came home from Doctors Hospitalin
adv( ]. American Legion! Post and will be Please do not wait until it is time Bell N. Houston, and J. Houston.I Starke Wednesday of this I PORK

Fiesta Social Club judged by qualified persons. PrI- for promotion to check your i Other outstanding persons in the! week and Larry Reddish son of

The second and final birthday zes be will be awarded. The fair through will child's record. community will appear on the:. Mr. and Mrs. George Reddish'l BACK BONE lb 49c SIDE lb.' .39cSHOULDER
open each evening also hoped to
party was held at Wateroak CHURCH NEWS program. Plan now to spend the come .
school for members and guests. Saturday. Rev. L. A. Sampson the new first Sunday in Lawtey. Bradford County Hospital Wed- t

The President., Mrs. Ethel Young, It's A Girl! pastor of Allen Chapel A. M. E. Ebenezer Baptist Church. Rev.E. nesday. Larry suffered a broken FRESH
and her husband Harry received The Johnsons of North Reno Church. He received this\ appoint- D. Robinson pastor, held ser- leg.Others lb i
many gifts that included a check are the proud parents of another ment last Sunday by Bishop' vices all day Sunday starting with ill at their homes in the 39 Ib 33e

for $5 each from Mrs. Savannah baby girl born at 9:45: a. m. Sat- Sherman Green. prelate of the I Sunday School. Choir rehearsalwas communty include Mrs. M. Cow- PICNICS
Coleman. :sister of the presidentand urday, Oct. 15. She was named 11th Episcopal District. The officers held at 11:30, a. m. At 3 p. art. Mrs. J. D. Gaskins. and Keith
teacher at Dunbar High Lantoya Rene', The mother is the and members are gratefulfor m. Federation was held at Key- Reddish. Also Mrs. N. A. Nix mother PORK ",
School Green Cove Springs. former Evelyn Solomon daughterof his having re-appointed Rev. stone Heights. 7 p jn. sermon was of Mrs. Floyd Cowart and

Many guests were present that Glennis Solomon. The mother Sampson to serve our,. church and delivered by Rev. Otis Arnold who Mrs. Charlie Cowart, is still in HAMS lb Ib
Included:; Mr. and'Mrs; Dean, Mr. and daughter are fine and have community for another confer- spoke out of his soul on the 23rd Goodrich. Texas, and Mrs. Ro- 49c PIG FEET 1 Dc

ence year. Mrs. N. L. Pullum was Psalm. Holy Communion was administered berta Sapp is critically ill in the
the delegate for the church at'I' by the pastor and officers Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville.May .
the annual conference that was after having received five we remember each of
held in Quincy last week. Services members into ,the church; three these in prayer and for the ones SAUSAGE MEAT 3 lbf for $1 I OO


will be held all day Sunday start- were additional candidates for we know not by name. bye now.GRAHAM J

ing with Sunday School at 10 a. baptism. During the revival six .
m. Miss Fannie Frazier in charge; persons joined the church. Little ?YY ??YTYYYY.YYY1 FRESH SMOKED

.i1 iir 11 a. m. morning worship; 6 p. m. Willie Hutchinson joined Mt. '

MILK evening worship. Rev. Sampsonwill Pisgah through Ebenezer.. She FRYERS Ib 1Sc BACON Ib3Se
W be in charge all day. Officers was turned over to Mr. Aaron I
and members are asked to remain Sr., Steward of the church for a Sirs. John McKinneyMr.
after morning service for a short member of Mt. Pisgah. Baptismwill SMOKED
business meeting. Junior Church be held on the fifth Sundayat '...? YT.? Y..yyY",, ROUND I
92c and Youth Choir will meet each Sampson Lake. Watch this I
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Monday at 5 p. m., Girl Scouts paper exact time. The Mrs. Debbie Hall were in Mul- STEAK
will meet at RJE room 22 at 7 I general public is invited to at-' berry last weekend
visiting Mrs.
Ka p. m. Thursday, Oct.:;20. -Mrs. E. I'tend. Rev. and Mrs. Robinson Jones' brother and family.Mr. I.
>aa, J. Givens, reporter.Mt. wish to thank all persons who GROUND
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i Eggs Bread Nebo Baptist Church, Rev. made speaker contributions; Over $90 to'was the collected revival as Sunday guests their son and lb STEW Ib I i

Ice Cream vices Brymer on pastor Sunday, held starting regular with ser- that made the meeting a success daughter-in-law Colen Rathff, and, Mr.their and sons Mrs.of BEEF 39c I SSe
spiritually and
financially.Ra
Sunday School. The spirit was -
:Gainesville also
Mr. and
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i high all day. Music was furnishedby nell English, reporter.MILBRONN. .

f idnertftint Cottage Cheese the choir under the directionof Albert Mr.. and Sparks Mrs.and Leonard!son. McKin- SLICED BOLOGNA pound 39cI
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: We're never loft visitors Mrs Ruby Fisher. We had 13 YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY9 ney and children of Gainesvilleand I
present. You
are invitedto
Withmilkd/live7. Orange Juice Pat Brown were Sunday din-
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attend 'church
our time.
any ner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. John
Services are held each first and McKinney.Miss .
third Sunday. We are happy to By Mrs. ,Harvey McCarthy 1 1.yy Judy Broughton of v rI
I report that Mrs. Mitchell wife I I
Gainesville
was home on a visit
of our church clerk Deacon Vasco ..yyy..yy ... last week.Mrs. .

Suiu AnnEE VALLEY DAIRIES Mitchell is improving nicely. Happy Birthday greetings are Rex Huffaker of Daytona ,, ... WE STOCK A COMPLETE UNE OF GROCERIES ,
Members and friends (
are askedto extended to Miss Barbara Mobley, Beach is up here on their farm I j
visit her and others sick or daughter 'of Mr., and Mrs. Ed- at this writing.We ,
shut-in, members of our church ward Mobley. who celebrated her are glad to report that Mrs.
and community.-Eula Mae Rob- 14th birthday Friday evening. Her Maude Surrency is home after
mm m inson, ;
reporter parents honored her on this spe- spending some time in the hos-
W&3Q1 WOJUH, New Bethel Baptist Church, cial occasion with a delightful pital at Gainesville undergoing PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
Rev. .A. Vinson pastor, held the party and weiner roast at their surgery. She is getting along well. OPEN 7 DAYS :A WEEK -- '7 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

home. Also celebrating her birth- -
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day last week was little Brenda -

Sue Carter, daughter of Mr. and
quick as a wink! Mrs. Richard Carter. Brenda was fl/}

two years old on Tuesday and .if
bpry
honored with a party Wednesday

afternoon at the Carter home. .
Q qwck1 May each of you be blessed with r
r poooveW many, more birthdays. Ate

Rev.Heilbronn Luther Church A. McGee brought, pastorof the you smoking more now "\/


.,: messages Sunday which were very t
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\1't ., SUPER-FAST 'u. SUPER-SAF led by assistant chorister, .butiiioyingit/ess ?
Mrs R. L. Morgan, with the 1-

v. talented Mrs. Jean Brookins at HUMAN FLY That's Orin Murray, Reid SuM
c" r}' the piano." Remember, if you like vey Engineer of fabulous Glen Canyon Dam M
fine preaching singing and fel- Arizona. Murray says, "Sure fve tried other*
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: '. the church for you. Visit with us -
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: soon. Parts for the Christmas

&:. ._ ) j program were given out Sunday.
.f Plan now to be with us for our
Christmas' program that will Include CIBA 4' '

: ,. an adult dramatic play en-
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titled. "Christmas Eve at City
Hospital."
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Beach of
Jacksonville visited 'during the
weekend with their uncle and

aunts. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman n fi 0 0 xr
Crosby and Mr .and Mrs. R. L. /
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Reddish.

Mrs. Amanda Crosby and her

sister, M Mrs. Crosby's grandson and > .

granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Norman of' Jacksonville

\ visited during the weekend with ; I

Mrs. Crosby's and Mrs. Reddish's

J \ brother and sistei-tn-law, Mr. and .
Mrs. Jessie Hilliard of Miami and
their nephew and wife. Mr. and I

.... The modern way for a modern day Mrs .Earl Hilliard of West Palm 4l lb
Beach.
Here's why: A super-speed Quick Recovery cool to the touch-safe as a light bulb. Com I
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water you'll ever need-uJun you need itfor precious peace of mind. j daughters Joyce and Judy, visited -
where you Deed it.This remarkable new beater Inexpensive! Supplies hot water for am.. Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville -
t< k the answer for large families who require average family for about a He per hour with their son and daughter- rs'r
a lot of hot water in a hurry. with trouble-free no-maintenance aervic fort in-law Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan

Of course, there is a large variety of sizes yean and years. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holmes. f. ,
and models standard water heaters to fit the Buy a flamekes Electric Water Heater today )

normal everyday, needs of the average family. from your appliance dealer, plumber, or Miss Linda Cox daughter of
electrical contractor.
: \ THE BETTER, SAFER CHEAPER, Mrs. Lois Cox spent the weekend c
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j There are good reason why j visiting there she attended f t
Flame-free fume the t' r +ro
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iK need flues or vents. Clean and noiseless, I football game Saturday, and .the J'- t1aI '
fr have switched to electric waterheating.
they can be placed anywhere even in I I Fan Frolics. c % %
an airtight closet or where children play. No I Call your nearest FPL I Warren Johns was Saturday fthuMunl
office and the facts.
: constant-burning pilot light BO open &me.I, get .1 overnight guest of his brother
; -----------, -- t)' and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .. ., TAKES IT EASY WITH A CAMEL

e ti Clifford Johns of Jacksonville. On =p ,Camel t is the best-tasting cigarette of atf- I
Sunday Warren and his .guests k AR because the Came! blend of costly

: .r-5 1 V /famwe4 &\ Misses Redding Vivian and Richard Sue and Redding Sherry 4 has never been equalled Try Carnds tobaccos'I

visted Fort Clinch at Fernandina a.L ,
:. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ,Beach. I
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.., HELPING BUILD FLORIDA v Iii Visiting with Mr and M I..B."
+,. M. Markham is'Mrs. Markha.ril's1S1ster 1 .
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